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Costco Members: TP-Link Deco X60 WiFi 6 AX3000 Whole-Home Mesh Dual Band Wi-Fi System EXPIRED

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Costco Wholesale has for it's Members: TP-Link Deco X60 WiFi 6 AX3000 Whole-Home Mesh Dual Band Wi-Fi System on sale for $229.99. Shipping is free. Thanks CatchKAR

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  • 3x Deco X60 Units
  • 3x Power supply unit
  • 1x Ethernet Cable
  • 1x Quick Installation Guide
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Costco Wholesale [costco.com] has for it's Members: TP-Link Deco X60 WiFi 6 AX3000 Whole-Home Mesh Dual Band Wi-Fi System on sale for $229.99 ($329.99 -$100 off) + tax. FREE Shipping.

Must log in with paid membership to view sale pricing and to purchase. The offer is valid from 10/26/2020 to 11/19/2020. While supplies last. Limit 3 per member.

Includes:
  • 3x Deco X60 Units
  • 3x Power supply unit
  • 1x Ethernet Cable
  • 1x Quick Installation Guide
Features:
  • Reach Incredible Speeds up to 3 Gbps (3000 Mbps) with WiFi 6 (802.11AX)
  • Three WiFi 6 Routers Cover up to 7000 Sq Ft with Seamless WiFi Coverage
  • OFDMA and MU-MIMO lets you Connect up to 150+ Devices While Simultaneously Reducing Lag
  • Parent Controls
  • Compatible with all WiFi-Enabled Devices and Works with all Internet Service Providers
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Can someone explain in simple terms what wired backhaul many folks are referring to?
Wired backhaul is done by connecting the Wifi secondary routers to the primary router in a mesh network via ethernet cables. This eliminates the need for the Wifi routers to communicate with each other via Wifi, thereby freeing up more Wifi bandwidth to service your devices.
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What is the speed in MBPS that folks are getting with this system? Say with a 1 GBPS att connection?
I am currently getting around 150 MBPS on laptop download/upload with 1 GBPS connection.
If i install this mesh system what speeds can I expect on wifi?
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I was getting excited about this until I dove further into the tp link mesh line - this thread might give you pause:

https://www.removeddit.com/r/Home...0/g10hkb3/

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AP mode is when you use you own existing or another router, and configure these to act as wifi Access Points to that network.
Problem is they don't do just that, they enable their OWN Dhcp server, dish out different and or conflicting IP address to connected devices. You don't want this because your router is the thing that should be controlling that. Have fun figuring out why your network seems to keep breaking in weird ways. You can't disable this undocumented 'feature'. You end up with broken connectivity and a network that doesn't work. This is fundametally broken by design.
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I have the M5, but that does not seem to work with my house camera. Does anyone know if this would? I have NightOwl HD
I have M5 as well and I have used it with Wyze, Ring and Arlo cameras without any issues.

The bigger complain I have is using it to stream movies. It constantly "hangs" streaming without any reason. At times, I have to restart 2 hours movie litterally more than 10 times and I hate it. Other than this, I works very decent.
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Does anyone know if you can use those old school Ethernet over Power devices (I think they called Powerline adapters) to backhaul using ethernet? I don't see any options in my app for M9 Plus to do ethernet backhaul when they are connected using powerline adapters.
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Bought this some time back for 250 at costco. one of the units was acting weird and not giving good speeds (I checked by swapping). Saw this and bought it for 230!
going to return the other one.
btw, i have recently tried google wifi ($229), eero ($170), orbi ($440) and this deco has best performance IF you use wired backhaul.
eero wants $$$ for parental controls
orbi has NO parental controls
google wifi is 1/3rd the speed of deco but has free parental controls
deco has free parental controls
So if you have wired backhaul and want parental controls, this is perfect (if not defective, so buy 2!)
wired backhaul = connecting the remote units using ethernet.
One thing that I didnt like was the fact that this system was released in june 2020 and the firmware is still the original with zero updates. Seems like either tplink makes really great firmware or are very slow at firmware updates.
I understand something is weird with the two hardware releases of the m9. The first release has had tons of firmware updates, but the newer hardware release is lagging with hardware updates.However, youre firmware maybe has all the updates included in the first release since it is from June 2020. In any case, I have the first release hardware Smilie
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What is the speed in MBPS that folks are getting with this system? Say with a 1 GBPS att connection?
I am currently getting around 150 MBPS on laptop download/upload with 1 GBPS connection.
If i install this mesh system what speeds can I expect on wifi?
Depends what wifi standard your laptop is. If it's AC then 200-350 mbps. If it's a new laptop with AX then 400-600 mbps.
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I was getting excited about this until I dove further into the tp link mesh line - this thread might give you pause:

https://www.removeddit.com/r/Home...0/g10hkb3/
I dont think thats accurate.
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I'm planning to upgrade my router to deco m9 since it has built in zigbee. Should I spent $40 more for this? My house is only a single story 2k sq ft.
This has no Zigbee, so no it would not be worth it if you plan on using it as a smart home hub.

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Do these have much better range than M5? Which Tp link had a mesh unit with a really powerful antenna to increase range in yard. M5 is a rockstar inside my house but doesn't cover yard nearly as good as my old nighthawk.
Might be slightly better at best, if not pretty identical.

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This is only a dual band system. I just pre-ordered the Eero Wi-Fi 6 tri-band with built-in zigbee from Amazon. It was the same price, but I only need one.
You ordered 1 individual unit, not the same thing as this which comes with 3 units. Your not going to get anywhere the coverage of this system with similar performance.

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also if the device is using 1gb connection, how can they do full wifi 6?
doesn't that require 2.5gb?
They are speaking to the total wireless capacity of the system, within the LAN it can do full wifi 6 on the WAN, it would be limited to 1gb just like all the other systems that are not $500.

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The only tri-band Eero unit is the Eero 6 Pro, which is $500+ for a 3 unit system vs this one at less than half that price. Not really a good comparison.
He was referring to this single unit.

https://www.amazon.com/Eero-Pro-6...246&sr=8-9
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Can I add my current tp link mesh units as an add on to this unit so I can expand my wifi even further. Or do I have to stick with just this unit and toss my old one?
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Does anyone know if you can use those old school Ethernet over Power devices (I think they called Powerline adapters) to backhaul using ethernet? I don't see any options in my app for M9 Plus to do ethernet backhaul when they are connected using powerline adapters.
Yes, absolutely. The access points dont care as long as they get an ethernet source, just plug the ethernet cable in and the deco switches automatically to wired backhaul. Just be aware sometimes powerline ethernet get lousy connection speeds. Make sure you get the latest standard powerline units .
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I don't need this if I'm in a 900 sq ft. apartment without major signal issues, right? Just need one strong router I suspect.
Correct, 1 really good router is all you need. Mesh is not your friend in a small space, it actually can cause you a lot of problems.
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Can I add my current tp link mesh units as an add on to this unit so I can expand my wifi even further. Or do I have to stick with just this unit and toss my old one?
Deco units can be combined. But there are some nuances. I think the m5 dual bands have to be the edge nodes of the mesh and not the source ones (because the m5 are only dual band)
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I dont think thats accurate.
https://community.tp-link.com/en/...yId=478126

Plenty of people here talking about it and how it's affecting them.
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He was referring to this single unit.

https://www.amazon.com/Eero-Pro-6...246&sr=8-9
Right, that's why I specifically said for the 3 unit model. Comparing a single point vs a 3 point system isn't the same thing and would make less sense. Smilie
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