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NetGear Nighthawk Mesh Wi-Fi 6 System MK62 (2 Pack) $209.99 Delivered @ Costco Online (Membership Required)

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  • Whole Home Mesh Wi-Fi - Enjoy strong Wi-Fi throughout homes up to 280 sq. metres—perfect for medium-sized homes
  • Wi-Fi 6 Technology —Improved dual-band technology designed for faster, more reliable connections
  • Super-fast Wi-Fi — Combined speeds up to 1.8Gbps to keep up with your family’s streaming, gaming, and smart home needs

With the Nighthawk Mesh Wi-Fi 6 System, experience the future of Wi-Fi with next-generation 802.11ax (Wi-Fi 6). Enjoy dual-band technology designed to handle 4x more connections and the increasing demand for fast gaming without interruption and smooth streaming. The Nighthawk Mesh System comes with one high-power satellite to provide you with broad Wi-Fi coverage, so you can eliminate dead zones by easily adding satellites wherever needed (up to 278m2). Set up in minutes and control your home’s Wi-Fi with the Nighthawk App.

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  • +1

    Good price but why do these manufacturers insist on these gaudy designs…

    • +3

      They look better than the Orbi ones..

      • i agree, i was also wondering why all these mesh ones come in white… this is black for a change which would go with my tv…

    • +2

      Came for the waffles. Left disappointed.

      • Blue waffle?

      • +1

        I came for icecube trays. Equally disappointed.

  • can u link these with ethernet ?

    • yes, you can use ethernet from both the main router and the satellite.

      • thanks

    • Yes they both have an ethernet port in addition to the internet hole

      • thanks

      • satellite doesn't have internet (WAN) port.

    • +1

      If you are referring to Ethernet backhaul then NO, the satellite only have Ethernet out not in.

      • found this while searching answers for the same question
        https://community.netgear.com/t5/Nighthawk-Mesh-System/MK62-...

        • You are right. There are limitations though, like only one satellite can be linked via Ethernet.

          https://kb.netgear.com/000061710/What-is-an-Ethernet-backhau...

          • @Nomoneynotalk: to the mesh main router yes. But if we are using an existing router/modem, we should be able to connect both main/satellite to it using ethernet (on AP mode) on these, as many as we like.

            • @PrasangaD: Does AP mode means the routing and control are done by the exisiting modem/router? Will that affect the Mesh handover or negates the mesh management/ security by the netgear system?

              • +1

                @Nomoneynotalk: routing yes, not sure about control of wifi mesh. I'd assume it is done by mesh main router. As long as they are connected to the same switch on ethernet on the same subnet, theoretically it should act as them interconnected directly.
                Costco has already dispatched mine, hopefully should get it by Friday. I'll keep this posted.

                  • @Nomoneynotalk: Hello again, yes it is working now with both main and satellite connected to my home router directly via wired Ethernet. They are on AP mode, main with dhcp serving disabled and on static ip, while satellite is on dhcp (can't make it static). My home router acts as dhcp server for everything at home (didn't wanna change it).

      • +1

        I use ethernet backhaul .. on this

        • have you connected them on AP mode? both main & satellite to your existing router/modem on their "Ethernet" port? I'm looking forward to do the same.
          thanks

          • +1

            @PrasangaD: Hey Prasanga,
            Havent tried that one. My house has an Ethernet backbone and currently the setup is like below.
            NBN NTD>>Linksys Switch>>Netgear MK62>> Ethernet to Living room>> TPlink switch >> Satellite MK62..

            • @Fuzzy69: yeah so you have interconnected the main and satellite through a switch (TP link). so it should basically work even if your satellite is directly connected to Linksys switch too.. but yeah i'll have to trial it and see….
              thanks!

            • @Fuzzy69: the setup with direct wired ethernet from home router to both main/satellite on AP mode worked!

  • Netgear au website itself has it on clearence for $229 when everywhere else (except costco) still shows it for RRP $299
    https://store.netgear.com.au/netgear-nighthawk-wifi-6-mesh-a...
    edit: bought it from costco after a bit of research. seems to be the cheapest wifi6 mesh solution i could find from a reputed brand. i maybe a bit biased cos most of my gear is netgear.
    thanks OP!

  • I have the Orbi AX1800 mesh system (the arguably better version to this one) and tbh I don't like it. The reason is that, unlike other brands, Netgear's routers do not support mesh at the moment. This makes upgrading your network just a tab bit less seamless. They are of good quality though.

  • +1

    Bought this one during below sale
    https://www.ozbargain.com.au/node/631228

    • great price! doubt it will go that low anytime soon and i'm need of an upgrade soonish (mrs complaining when wfh) lol

      • I found in-store its always 20/30$ cheaper

        • explain?

          • @PuntyBrah: In store price is cheaper as it doesnt need shipping

  • anyone know how this compares against the TP-link Deco x20

    edit: found this review: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Cc_xAj5AsRk

    Seems like TP-link edges out in more cases, but overall much of a muchness?

  • Asking the obvious but … these will work together if I buy 2 packs (4 units) correct?

  • Just a heads up that the Netgear website also has the 2 pack on sale at $229 (down from $299) and the 3 pack for $379 (down from $549) - https://store.netgear.com.au/sale.html?utm_source=sfmc&utm_m.... Free express shipping over $300 and pay in 4 interest free payments using paypal.

    Cheers D.

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