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Costco Members: 2-Pack Linksys Velop AX4200 WiFi 6 Tri-Band Mesh System EXPIRED

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Costco Wholesale has for it's Members: 2-Pack Linksys Velop AX4200 WiFi 6 Tri-Band Mesh System (MX8400C) on sale for $229.99. Shipping is free.

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Key Features:
  • Covers up to 5400 Sq. Ft
  • Handles 80+ Devices at Speeds up to 4.2 Gbps (AX4200)
  • Advanced Security and Parental Controls

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  • About this deal:
    • This price matches a previous Frontpage Deal from last December.
    • This offer is valid through 6/14/21. While supplies last. Limit 3 per member.
  • About this product:
    • This WiFi mesh system is rated 4.5 out of 5 stars overall based on over 400 reviews.
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Costco has the Linksys Velop AX4200 WiFi 6 Mesh System 2-Pack for $229.99. Shipping included.

valid 6/7/21 through 6/14/21. While supplies last. Limit 3 per member

https://www.costco.com/linksys-ve...01373.html


matches prior deal

https://slickdeals.net/f/14952845-linksys-velop-ax4200-wifi-6-mesh-system-2-pack-for-229-99?src=SiteSearchV2Algo1 [costco.com]


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Costs 114.50 dollars per unit which is a great deal.
Best but has the 3 piece set at 500 and when discounted at 450 (150 per piece).
https://www.bestbuy.com/site/linksys-velop-ax4200-wifi-6-system-3-pack/6425959.p?skuId=6425959​ [bestbuy.com]
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You are a network engineer? You should realize then that you can connect to the main node in any web browser and enter your local admin password. You don't have to use the app, and you don't have to use the online account for login.
They aren't going to know it when network engineers are saying that the only way is to use the app. Just saying.

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Does anyone know how this is compared to the Asus AX6600? It's $150 more than this one.
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I have this. It has worked well for me.
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I can't compare, but I have the Asus and really like it. The reviews seemed a tad better, but this price is awesome.
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I got this about a month ago, works fine, no complaints, currently using it with wired backhaul which was the biggest selling point of this.
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AX 6600 aka zenwifi XT8 is the golden standard for mesh wifi. both interms of software and performance. Velop is a good back up.

Zenwifi is very hard to come by. Alternatively, you can use 2 - ASUS AX3000 routers in mesh config using their Aimesh. This also performs very well and has 160mhz on 5GHZ band. I use this now and I like it.
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Quote from vickyprodigy :
AX 6600 aka zenwifi XT8 is the golden standard for mesh wifi. both interms of software and performance. Velop is a good back up.

Zenwifi is very hard to come by. Alternatively, you can use 2 - ASUS AX3000 routers in mesh config using their Aimesh. This also performs very well and has 160mhz on 5GHZ band. I use this now and I like it.
I have seen people using blue caves for ai mesh. I didn't know you can use others for the same purpose. Interesting I might check it out. Thanks
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I have a 3 node Linksys velop system. It's absolute garbage. I'm a network engineer with 20+ yrs experience. I can go on and on about how terrible these are from the hardware to the crappy app they force you to use (one example is when your internet goes down, the app essentially cannot connect to your home network to troubleshoot because it requires an internet connection- wtf? Whose genius idea was that?). Stay away, you've been warned.
You are a network engineer? You should realize then that you can connect to the main node in any web browser and enter your local admin password. You don't have to use the app, and you don't have to use the online account for login.
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I have tried this one from Costco. My home setup needs to have wireless backhaul. I see client devices (oneplus) frequently switching between 2.4g and 5g and gave a sub optimal experience in browsing when I moved around the house, and it stayed in 2.4g even when I am not moving. Back then I was testing this with single router solutions, and I somehow found Orbi RBK50 setup did fixate on the 5g band no matter where I moved. Though no wifi6, and overall lesser max speed, I decided to keep the Orbi and returned the Linksys. Not sure if there was a new FW update that fixes the above.
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Seems like these WiFi 6 routers that are now just coming out are outdated already. WiFi 6e is already here and makes a much bigger difference over past gens, especially in heavily populated areas.
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You are a network engineer? You should realize then that you can connect to the main node in any web browser and enter your local admin password. You don't have to use the app, and you don't have to use the online account for login.
Does the local web page let you manage ALL the device settings? I have a TPlink mesh setup and while the wifi coverage is good it does annoy me that the app is the only way to set it up AND what you can set up is so rudimentary, example theres literally no way to disable QOS even when you know its responsible for wrecking your zoom calls.
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