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Can the R9000 operate in bridged mode in the 60GHz band with another R9000?

mbcole
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Can the R9000 operate in bridged mode in the 60GHz band with another R9000?

 
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ElaineM
NETGEAR Employee Retired

Re: Can the R9000 operate in bridged mode in the 60GHz band with another R9000?

To answer the question, there are only 2 options under Wireless Bridging. 

 

ElaineM
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mondenath
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Re: Can the R9000 operate in bridged mode in the 60GHz band with another R9000?

Yes if the bridge mode is available as in Current router's in AC can do that. You get the advertised speed say 4.6Gbps in this for Ad and 1.7Gbps for AC.

 

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ElaineM
NETGEAR Employee Retired

Re: Can the R9000 operate in bridged mode in the 60GHz band with another R9000?

R9000 supports the following modes:

  • Router
  • Access Point
  • Bridge Mode
ElaineM
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bryanu
Guide

Re: Can the R9000 operate in bridged mode in the 60GHz band with another R9000?

Might not be worth it. Rembmer AD is very limited range and for max range which is VERY limited requires line of sight.

BT will get better range probably, that's the kind of range we're talking.

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ElaineM
NETGEAR Employee Retired

Re: Can the R9000 operate in bridged mode in the 60GHz band with another R9000?

To answer the question, there are only 2 options under Wireless Bridging. 

 

ElaineM
NETGEAR Community Team

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mbcole
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Re: Can the R9000 operate in bridged mode in the 60GHz band with another R9000?

Thank you, ElaineM. That seems to cover it!

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