ASUS AiMesh Whole Home Wi-Fi, Your Way

by Tech Mainstream Staff

March 8, 2018

ASUS AiMesh Whole Home Wi-Fi Your Way

ASUS AiMesh innovative new router feature connects multiple ASUS routers together for a home wide WiFi Network experience. Instead of discarding an existing ASUS router, join it with other routers to form a whole WiFi network. There is no need to buy multi-hub packs, typical of other mesh router systems. With AiMesh, centrally controlling your routers is easy.

ASUS high performance routers combined together are "unbeatable." With the ASUS RT-AC86U router alone, we achieved 463Mbps speeds at long distances. Essentially "your network can cope with demanding tasks like 4K UHD streaming even at the remotest corners of your home or garden!"

A "rock-solid data backbone" connects all AiMesh-enabled routers through either a wired connection or optimal frequency band — 5GHz or 2.4GHz. Another AiMesh feature, self healing capability, immediately replaces a failed router using the remaining router connections. ASUS AiMesh checks the signal strength and guarantees connection to the best WiFi signal.

With the ASUS AiMesh, a single, house-wide network name is all that is needed. Switching networks as you roam is no longer a problem. Device signal strength is constantly monitored and AiMesh will switch to another source if necessary.

The ASUS Router mobile app or ASUSWRT allows easy, but powerful, central control of all settings including AiProtection, QoS and Parental Controls across the whole network.


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