In my experience with the AXE, WPA3 is not available yet to use with Windows. @avtella had a great description of why posted here. http://www.snbforums.com/threads/gt-axe11000-hits-the-fcc.65972/post-667426 Right now the AXE only works with Windows using OWE, which is point to point encryption without authentication. The traffic is encrypted but there is no way to prevent anyone with your network ID from accessing it, other than perhaps whitelisting MAC addresses. WPA3 does work with my S21 Ultra, but the connection is much slower than my AX.Open network anyone can connect ?? Can you explain that in more detail ?
6E does provide the advantage of increased mesh/repeater backhaul bandwidth. This is an application that doesn't require clients to support to support 6E.Will 6E deliver a faster, dedicated wireless AiMesh backhaul? With sprinkles on top!
Both. iperf3 averages 1250/830Mbps down/up on 5Ghz and 280/340Mbps down/up on 6Ghz from my S21 Ultra to my QNAP TS-1277.
Sort of. I connected the STApal to the octoScope "5 GHz" antennas. octoScope has plotted the return loss for them out to 7 GHz and they handle the 6 GHz frequencies nicely.I'm curious how much of a drawback upgrading older laptops to the AX210 is going to be as the antennas wont be tuned for 6Ghz.
Has anyone tried that yet? Or were these tests already doing that?
As noted earlier, the Samsung Galaxy S21 Ultra connects using WPA3.Am I reading this correctly in that if you want to enable the 6ghz radio, there is no authentication at all so you are making your network publicly accessible? If so, I'm not sure why the product would even be released or who would buy it for this 'feature'.