If you're not sure which switch to use, TP-Link switches may be a good choice. You could refer to the link below for how to add different Deco models in the same network. Deco units work together to form one unified network. If you have switches on the network and find Ethernet Backhaul not working, please check the management IP address of your switches. Tri-Band wireless connection. Otherwise, it will cause other Deco units getting an invalid IP address which doesn't have internet access. Fast Connections: Three separate wireless bands up to 2134 Mbps with a dynamic backhaul up to 1.5 Gbps ensure stable, high-speed connections wherever you are in your home.

If everything is configured correctly and you still encounter connection drop disable 'fast roaming' from advanced mode (I believe that is the name of the service} and try that way.

If not, they may be in a network loop and cause unexpected dropout issues. Q4: Why my Deco units become unstable once they're connected via a switch? For further details on TP-Link's privacy practices, see, Check how to configure mixed Deco network >>. @SRW9 I've had unstable connections with my Decos while the backhaul was through a d-link switch.

If there is a Wi-Fi icon on the signal source, it means the slave Deco is using the Wi-Fi backhaul. Add M9 Plus into the M5 network. P.S all are updated to the latest firmware 1.1.1 build 20170614. Range, coverage, and maximum quantity of connected devices are based on test results under normal usage conditions. If not, they may be in a network loop and cause unexpected dropout issues. If not, they may be in a network loop and cause unexpected dropout issues. TP-Link hecht veel waarde aan privacy. Q5: Can I set up different Deco models such as M5 and M9 Plus together through Ethernet backhaul?

Your browser does not support JavaScript. TP-Link HomeCareTM is available for free for the first few months after subscription. Connect Multiple Devices: Deco handles traffic from even the busiest networks, providing lag-free connection for over 100 devices. Also, all of my TP-Link devices, M9 Decos, M4 router, M3 extenders seem to run really hot. For example, if you have three Deco units and want to create Wi-Fi not only in your house but also in the garage, which is a little far from the house and without Wi-Fi coverage. All rights reserved. Q1: Can I connect all the Deco units directly to my home modem/router? Normally, after wired Deco units with an Ethernet cable, the Ethernet backhaul will take effect automatically.

Connect Deco to your cable modem and power on both devices. However, we find that some D-Link switches will not forward packets based on IEEE 1905.1 protocol, causing all Deco units in a loop and become quite unstable. There is written somewhere on tp-link site that there are some types of switches that are not compatible with tp-link's backhaul. Q6: What can I do if the Ethernet backhaul is not taking effect? Tap here to add the Deco M9 Plus to the existing Deco M5’s network. I have 4 decos main deck as router connected to internet modem, one wirelessly connected to the main deco and the other two connected via the Ethernet port.

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