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    Seeking best option to add AiMesh to an existing RT-AC88U?

    Thanks smbodie, So given that I'm not up for switching out the AC88U anytime soon, the safest option is to invest in 1 or 2 AC68Us? Has anyone run a AC88U with 2 AC68Us using AiMesh? Or do you think your issue of not being able to run 2 mesh slaves was caused by the older of the 2 x 68U units...
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    Seeking best option to add AiMesh to an existing RT-AC88U?

    Thanks for the reply - so my AC88U cannot act as a base unit and link to Asus XD4, XT8 or AX6100? It has to be a AX88U as a base until to link to 1 of those 3? Sorry if I'm being dumb here.
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    Seeking best option to add AiMesh to an existing RT-AC88U?

    Thanks everyone for your quick replies. So what I'm hearing is invest in 1 or 2 cheaper AC86U units, wire them back to the AC88U and run them both as AiMesh nodes? Did I get that right please? And don't even consider Asus XD4, XT8 or AX6100?
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    Seeking best option to add AiMesh to an existing RT-AC88U?

    Hi everyone, We've had a Asus RT-AC88U for 6 months now and we have been impressed by its speed. However, as expected, it cannot cover a 5 bedroom, 3 storey brick house. I'm thinking to make the RT-AC88U the base unit and add another 2 or even 3 AiMesh units. All 8 ports from the RT-AC88U are...
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