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NETGEAR Orbi Pro WiFi 6 Tri-band Mesh System (SXK80) | Router with 1 Satellite Extender for Business or Home | AX6000 802.11 AX | $349.99

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  • Business-grade security with 4 SSIDs linked to 4 separate VLANs, with 4 independent DHCP servers to assign IP addresses for complete network segmentation; QoS and WPA3 latest WiFi security; capable of dedicating any SSID to 2.4GHz devices to prevent congestion
  • Add-on Business VPN subscription service to enable one-step secure VPN site-to-site, site-to-multi-site connections between corporate to branch and home offices, under one corporate wireless SSID. 30-day free subscription included
  • Superior internal antenna designs to boost WiFi performance by 20%
  • Ultrafast AX6000 (up to 6Gbps) gigabit speed with WiFi 6 technology for uninterrupted streaming, HD video gaming, and web conferencing
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nwbee asked this question on 05-16-2022 at 02:19 PM
05-16-2022 at 02:19 PM
It supports wired backhaul.

It has excellent range and generally will give better coverage outside since there should be fewer obstacles, but it obviously depends on the distance from the router/satellite.

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doesn't support the venerable 160 MHz channel width
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Don't you need to pay for the netgear insight for full functionality past one year?
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Don't you need to pay for the netgear insight for full functionality past one year?
Amazon page shows 5 year subscription included. This seems like a great deal?
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Amazon page shows 5 year subscription included. This seems like a great deal?
That's awesome.
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If this better than the error pro 6
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If this better than the error pro 6
I'm not sure if that's a typo but it made me laugh.
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doesn't support the venerable 160 MHz channel width
What exactly does this mean?
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If you're running HomeKit, I wouldn't touch these with a 100 foot pole.
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If you're running HomeKit, I wouldn't touch these with a 100 foot pole.
Why do you say that?
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I am returning the 3 unit setup I got 6 months ago, the admin software no longer see's the router even though it's running in the house, seems to be an QA / software issue with the software and I am not going to re setup the router everytime this happens, just fyi
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What exactly does this mean?
Thankfully I know how to use Google… phew!!!
Here's what it revealed: The channel bandwidth of a wireless signal determines that signal's data rate. The higher the channel bandwidth, the faster the connection. The use of 160 MHz channel bandwidth is one of the key features of Wi-Fi 6 (802.11ax) standard.


Now with that out of my system… I'm skeptical that 160Mhz is not supported. Going for some more googling to see how true is that. Just a mere validation.
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Why do you say that?
At your service sir / madam:

https://www.amazon.com/ask/questi..._ql_al_hza
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I am returning the 3 unit setup I got 6 months ago, the admin software no longer see's the router even though it's running in the house, seems to be an QA / software issue with the software and I am not going to re setup the router everytime this happens, just fyi
You know you can fire the browser on your laptop or desktop
Then type the router IP address to bring the interface and login to manage the router?
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I'm not sure if that's a typo but it made me laugh.
Lol it was intentional
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