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Can you connect two AX6000 routers using "ethernet port aggregation"?

btjones34711
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Can you connect two AX6000 routers using "ethernet port aggregation"?

Is it possible to connect one (1) AX6000 to a second AX6000 that is setup in "Access Point Mode" using "Ethernet port aggregation"?  Something like the attached...

 

 

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microchip8
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Re: Can you connect two AX6000 routers using "ethernet port aggregation"?

why don't you try it and tell us? Also, there may be something about that in the manual PDF. Look it up on what it supports

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Re: Can you connect two AX6000 routers using "ethernet port aggregation"?

As @microchip8 says, start with the manual.

 

To finds that you will have to work out the model number. AX6000 is not a Netgear model number. It is a label that Netgear, and others, attach to hardware to describe wifi speeds. 

 

You could have a RAX120 or RAX80.

 

If you visit the support pages:

 

Support | NETGEAR

 

you can feed in the model number and find all the documentation for your hardware.

 

 

 

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