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Orbi Pro AC3000 - Can I run two routers in a meshed system?

JWJfilms
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Orbi Pro AC3000 - Can I run two routers in a meshed system?

I want to install a mesh system in a large building (more of a complex with an adjacent building, 7500 sq/ft). Can I install two routers and two satellites and run them together into one mesh system? The whole complex has ethernet ports all over, so I don't need the wireless functionality, and I always trust more having devices plugged in. The adjacent building is a reach even with multiple satellite points, easily resolved if I can just plug it in. What's my best option?

Thanks!

 

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FURRYe38
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Re: Orbi Pro AC3000 - Can I run two routers in a meshed system?

Please post about this over in the Orbi Pro forum:

https://community.netgear.com/t5/Orbi-Pro-WiFi-for-Small-Business/bd-p/en-business-orbi-pro

 

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