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AiMesh vs Wireless bridge

Discussion in 'ASUS Wireless' started by Raymond Svensrud, Jan 10, 2018.

  1. Raymond Svensrud

    Raymond Svensrud New Around Here

    Jan 10, 2018

    I have a three floor house, it's cables between the floors, unfortunaly not in the rooms i need them to be and i don't want to do the cabeling.

    I therefor today, run Amplifi HD mesh routers from second floor, connecting to a mesh router in the office on the third floor where there are no cabling (my servers are in the office).

    I'm no considering upgrading to get a router with some more abilities, like vpn, better parentral control etc, and asus new aimesh seem like a good idea, but Asus routers are expensive, atleast since the Amplifi routers isn't that old either :)

    I see other router vendors like netgear and probably the rest of them, have the possibility to use wireless bridgeing to do the same thing?

    Is there anyone that can give me the drawbacks of using wireless briding over aimesh / mesh? or will it do the same?

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