I have a 2700 square foot two story with a single router. I don't know why you needed a mesh setup.
-> Be sure to call Linksys and check if there are updates from them.
Very frustrated with my current system. It's set up as follows:
- Xfinity internet service
- Netgear C7100V cable modem (with voice, too)
- Linksys Velop with four nodes
I currently have the Linksys set up in bridge mode because I was told that the modem has more processing power and can handle the traffic better than the Velop.
When things are working - they work great. I can get 300 Mbps in my main room and between 100-200 in other areas of the house. The frustration is that this config doesn't work great very often. I find that I need to reboot the Velop nodes once a day because my service will often go down to 3-10 Mbps later in the day without being rebooted.
So - my three questions are:
1) Am I bridging the right device? Should I be bridging the modem instead of the Velop or will that really not make a difference?
2) What can I do so that I don't have to be constantly rebooting?
3) Is the Velop just junk? Should I replace it with something else?
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