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Best Buy via eBay has 3-Pack Linksys Atlas Pro AX5300 WiFi 6 System (MX55EC3) for $179.99. Shipping is free.

Best Buy has 3-Pack Linksys Atlas Pro AX5300 WiFi 6 System (MX55EC3) for $179.99. Shipping is free or choose curbside pickup where stock permits.

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  • Delivers true gigabit mesh WiFi speeds throughout your entire home, up to 5.4 Gbps with 6-stream connectivity.
  • 160MHz Capable
  • Qualcomm chipset
  • 30 devices per node
  • Easily expandable by adding additional nodes

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Linksys - Atlas Pro AX5300 Wifi 6 System - 3-pack


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jacob2012 asked this question on 01-27-2022 at 01:41 PM
01-27-2022 at 01:41 PM
Each mesh unit comes with mulitple ethernet ports which can be used either to take wired ethernet for a backhaul, or to provide ethernet to nearby devices when using the wireless mesh mode.
01-27-2022 at 01:41 PM
According to the Q&A on the site, it does allow for a wired backhaul.
deshwasi asked this question on 01-27-2022 at 01:37 PM
JohnJonJoin asked this question on 01-27-2022 at 01:42 PM
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This mesh system is not tri band, just dual band. This could be deal killer for many. Dedicated 3rd band is a must.
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This is a massive price drop. I've been using TP-Link Deco X60 for about a month and haven't been thrilled with disconnects and other weirdness. Snagged this.
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I guess buy now and regret later????
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I guess buy now and regret later????
Thinking the same. Ordered for instore pickup. It's more of want than need.
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Thinking the same. Ordered for instore pickup. It's more of want than need.
30 device limits for each node.

Also, wondering if you can run two independent mesh networks.
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Ordered one for a return if it truncates my MX10 AX5300 parent and child somehow.

https://www.bestbuy.com/site/link...Id=6373231

Probably will regret this but who would ever know for sure.
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This mesh system is not tri band, just dual band. This could be deal killer for many. Dedicated 3rd band is a must.
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This mesh system is not tri band, just dual band. This could be deal killer for many. Dedicated 3rd band is a must.
Good point! However, I wonder if they are good childrenlaugh out loudLMAO

I don't mind a slower child connection if it doesn't dork up my other nodes.

WIFI back haul on my MX10 AX5300 should still work for those two nodes but may slow down two of the 3 bands????????????
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Were people really paying $500 MSRP for this?
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What is the performance of qualcomm 216 ?
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Thanks OP! People seem to be a little callous these days on threads. Where is Selma????????

Will this work seamlessly with an AX 5300?

Thinking of remote LAN connections for various projects.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ZPEg8v0yr6g
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Thinking I'm going to pick this up as an upgrade to my aging Orbi mesh system. Hoping the lack of tri-band isn't an issue if I'm using full wired backhaul only.
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Thinking I'm going to pick this up as an upgrade to my aging Orbi mesh system. Hoping the lack of tri-band isn't an issue if I'm using full wired backhaul only.
If you're using an Orbi RBK50, I doubt you'll see an upgrade, either in terms of speed or range. Ive recently looked into upgrading after running the same router for years - there just isn't any point.

I guess if your current system doesn't get you the range you need though - if you need another satellite, then maybe? Or just buy another Orbi satellite lol.
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