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ASUS AX6100 WiFi Tri-Band Mesh Routers - Whole Home WiFi Mesh System with 802.11Ax (WiFi 6) Ax Technology Includes Ofdma and MU-Mimo (RT-AX92U 2 Pack)

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I'm a Comcast customer. The combo cable/wireless router they gave me is anything but reliable in terms of wireless reliability. I've been using an older E series Linksys N router and Netgear range extender for my wireless needs. That just wasn't getting the job done anymore with max speeds on a good day of 40-50 mbps speeds and still limited coverage in my 3 story home. In researching what I wanted, I decided on a mesh system that wouldn't require switching back & forth between networks as I moved up and down stairs. Man am I glad I chose this one!

The setup was not terribly complicated. The directions got me started. I sorta winged it from there. Not being a tech guy, I'll offer what tips I can. Connect the first router via the included cable to your modem and update the firmware first. Second, connect the second router to the first with another network cord and update it's firmware as well. After that, it wasn't too hard to figure out.

I have a three story home with these routers on the 1st and 2nd floors. I'm getting regular download speeds on all three floors with no drops of 150-220 mbps! There is no switching networks depending on what floor your on or anything else special needed. It's just simple, fast and so far, reliable (about 45 days in use). Thanks Asus!

First of all Amazon Delivered on time and actually earlier than estimated. I bought this because we bought a new house and are in the process of moving. I already own the AX88U router but wasn’t ready to move it to the new home. Since the new home is a lot bigger than my current home and we have a lot of wireless devices the AirMesh service that ASUS provides allows me expand the coverage of my network. So I spent the extra money and bought the AX92U 2 router setup with intentions to add the AX88U to the mesh once our move is complete. Since all routers have the latest AX protocol I’m hopeful that I can achieve maximum backplane performance even though all my devices are not AX capable. I bypassed the quick setup instructions and completed the set up of the AX92U entirely from the Asus app from my phone including adding the second AX92U router to the mesh.

Setting up the AIMesh was as easy as possible - it does take some time, and you do need to read the directions, but Asus has done a great job making a complex process as simple as possible.
The AIMesh is wonderful handing off access points for both Android and Apple phones as the family moves around the house. In general I'm very happy with this solution.
However the mesh network only extends the AIMesh router's main Wifi network, not to router's "Guest" networks. I use a "Guest" network for visitors and for IoT devices that only need access to the Internet and don't need access to my other devices. This is an important safety measure for "Internet-of-Things" gadgets, isolating devices when possible. Since the these Guest" networks aren't extended I'm stuck with a limited range for my wireless IoT devices. I hope Asus corrects this oversight in a future firmware release.

Wanted to upgrade my Wifi, to kill the dead zones in our 3400 sq ft home. Paired them with my paired ASUS RT-AC88U after a firmware update added AIMesh. I used the ASUS App on my cell phone to find the best locations to put them. we now have wall to wall coverage including garage and patio. Easy to configure and apps work great. Now have total control over the network too.

It would make it so much easier if ASUS shipped these with updated firmware and programmed one as the Mesh Node and the other as the main router; then marked the pre-programmed routers as "Master" and "Node". I got it to work, but I am taking off one star because of the lousy directions that ASUS provided. The quick setup guide switched between multiple languages for each step and could have been made much simpler. To top it off, the quick setup guide did not work for me. I had to individually connect each router into the modem and program each individually; one as the Master and the other as the Node. The routers are now working flawlessly, but it took me a couple of hours and to go through all of that. Overall, I am happy with the routers and the AiMesh System because it is great technology!

A fast and mostly easy set up. I am running 3 in my house and 1 in shed that covers an outdoor pool area. I bought 2 new ones and had 2 already that I quickly upgraded with the latest firmware to take advantage of wireless mesh. After replacing a couple of older 10/100 switches in my house with gigabit switches, and hardwiring each one, I am now regularly able to connect wirelessly and speed test above 500mbps pretty much anywhere in my house. I think once I even saw north of 800mbps on one test.. I'm on a Fios Gigabit plan and these were central to helping me cut the cord and have ample bandwidth for the entire family .Love the fact that all update at once and they have run smoothly for the 2 months I've had them.

These were just what the doctor ordered for my tri-level house, where I've always had issues getting a good WiFi signal in various rooms. Not any more though.

I've got an RT-AC88U/AC3100 as the router and two of these AC68u/AC1900's as nodes; one is hardwired for ethernet backhaul. They work flawlessly so far - no more deadspots, one SSID for the whole house, and I haven't had any connection issues with the nodes dropping out.

Note: if you want your node to be hardwired and it is behind a switch, you have to manually set the node's connection priority to 'Ethernet' for the hardwired connection to work properly; leaving it on 'Auto' will NOT default to the hardwired connection.

I was having dropped wireless connection issues with my (combination) cable modem/wireless router unit. So I decided to get a new wireless router and use the combo cable modem/router device in "bridged" mode, making it essentially a cable modem only device. And at the same time, I decided to buy two of these ASUS routers and set them up in AiMesh mode. So far I am MORE than happy.

The installation didn't go quite as easily as I expected, but not due to any ASUS router issues - rather I had to try several times to get the bridged cable modem working properly. Once that was settled, the latest firmware was installed and the rest of the set up/ install went easily. So then I defined the network using one ASUS RT-AC68U router initially and tested things out. I was astounded to see the range of the 5G band. Covered the vast majority of the house, while my previous setup worked fine in 5G, but had about half the range of the single ASUS. My house is not really too big and I easily could have made do just fine with just the one router - and forego the AiMesh set up altogether. But I bought two so might as well set them up. AiMesh node set up was similarly easy and running well.

Great range, strong, solid signal, and only a few drops so far. I did good buying these and setting them up.

Review of RT-AX92U 2 Pack after two week. The pair of routers replaced a three year old dual band Dlink router and Dlink wifi extender. The setup was very easy and I prefer the Asus managing software compared to the Dlink. I very much appreciate the smart connect so that I can set up one wifi network ID and the AX92U manages which band, 802.11n or 802.11ac, the device connects to based on signal strength and device compatibly. WiFi signal range is good but not radically better than the high quality Dlink router it replaced.

Where the AX92U excels is the mesh connection between the two routers. The primary router is set up on the second floor and the AiMesh router is in the basement where all the entertainment systems are located. I have several entertainment devices wired to the AiMesh router and those devices now "see" the full bandwidth of the internet service we get from Comcast, for the first time. In other words, there is no reduced bandwidth to the cable modem just like the devices wired to the primary router on the second floor. We have ~ 20 internet connected devices, depending on what is turned on and who is home, and the Wifi has continued to be strong and stable. I previously had to reset my whole Wifi setup about twice a week and so far the AX92U has not had a hiccup in 16 days.

For the size of house we have almost any solution would have involved two devices, so the price point of the AX92U was actually competitive and there is currently no faster Wifi connection between two routers, so this was a reasonable purchase as an early adopter. So far, all my expectations have been met.

I’m using these as a primary router and wireless extender. My house is about 4500 Sq ft and sits on a .75 acre lot. I get excellent strength coverage throughout the house and the yard. Very happy with the purchase and the ease it was to set up. I will say to ignore the instructions and go with YouTube walkthroughs. Techies has done a much better job describing the steps than the company could put together.

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