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Tenda Nova MW6(3-pack) Whole Home Mesh Router WiFi System $148.54 @ Amazon.

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If you missed out on the $130 deal from last week, this is back just priced a little higher but still a great deal compared to MSRP of $199.99.

To preface I am not a fan of the mesh systems cause I can get better performance for the price being paid for these mesh kits with just a router and ap or repeater in most cases. That being said this system is so cheap in terms of cost and has so many positive reviews that for people that want an easy mesh system this cant be beat, especially with the current price drop.

https://www.amazon.com/Tenda-MW6-...B076JLJVTG


It is currently OOS but you can still place orders and it will get delivered so order quickly before the SD effect hits.

Only downside of this whole system is that it wont let you setup QoS, if you dont know what that means you probably should not have to worry about it. The kit got a great review on smallnetbuilder and looking at the negative reviews on amazon it seems to be due to user lack of knowledge more than the products fault.
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Thanks, was going to do it but forgot, lol. For people that dont want to do all the reading this beats out google and asus mesh systems at the AC1300 speed. It ranks 9th in their charts has really good 2.4ghz throughput and average throughput on the 5ghz bands compared to competitors.
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I have a Tenda branded router (forgot model), and it's solid. Have not a need to reset even once since I've installed it 3-4 months ago.
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In for some... Hope they work good. I have been eyeing the Google WiFi 3 pack but didn't want to spend 260 bucks. Anyone have any experience with these?
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IFO OP.

Can you extend a WiFi network? Example: I use a hotspot because I live in a rural area. So, to convert it to Ethernet, right now it's bridged to my router...increasing ping and lowering bandwidth somewhat, perhaps.

It goes:
Hotspot ))wireless)) WISP Client Router Mode WRT 710N --ethernet--TMAC1900 Router's WAN port.

I'd like the mesh to just repeat the Hotspot.

Worst case I'll eliminate the TM-AC1900 and some other pieces like an old 54G bridge by my media center.
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Never able to contact their support for warranty. i would never buy their product again
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IFO OP.

Can you extend a WiFi network? Example: I use a hotspot because I live in a rural area. So, to convert it to Ethernet, right now it's bridged to my router...increasing ping and lowering bandwidth somewhat, perhaps.

It goes:
Hotspot ))wireless)) WISP Client Router Mode WRT 710N --ethernet--TMAC1900 Router's WAN port.

I'd like the mesh to just repeat the Hotspot.

Worst case I'll eliminate the TM-AC1900 and some other pieces like an old 54G bridge by my media center.
If your hotspot is gsm based, you can get the usb modem and connect it directly to the asus router, assuming you have flashed it with asus firmware. Then get another asus router and use their aimesh feature.
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Purchased these last week. Set up was easy and they seem to be working very well with no issues. Easy to set up if you dont care to mess with advanced settings. For the price I am very happy.
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IFO OP.

Can you extend a WiFi network? Example: I use a hotspot because I live in a rural area. So, to convert it to Ethernet, right now it's bridged to my router...increasing ping and lowering bandwidth somewhat, perhaps.

It goes:
Hotspot ))wireless)) WISP Client Router Mode WRT 710N --ethernet--TMAC1900 Router's WAN port.

I'd like the mesh to just repeat the Hotspot.

Worst case I'll eliminate the TM-AC1900 and some other pieces like an old 54G bridge by my media center.

Off the top of my head, I cant think of a single mesh system that supports a cellular modem or sharing through USB. So will look into it when I get a chance, but I dont even recall it showing up on any feature set. As someone else mentioned the Asus routers by default support that, thats why I went with a AC5300 and the new AiMesh feature from Asus.
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In for some... Hope they work good. I have been eyeing the Google WiFi 3 pack but didn't want to spend 260 bucks. Anyone have any experience with these?
Gigabit mesh wifi system.I think that's good ,and also works with alex.
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