mh7600 | WiFi 6 Mesh System, 1.8 Gbps speed
"Prior to install the house had many dead zones. I now get a full signal EVERYWHERE in the house. Setup was very easy." –Jerry
mh7600 | WiFi 6 Mesh System, 1.8 Gbps speed
- Tech Specs
true Gigabit speed
Blazing-fast AX1800 speeds up to 1 Gigabit for over 100 devices with next-generation WiFi 6 technology.
no more buffering
Delivers fast, consistent WiFi to all your devices for uninterrupted streaming, gaming, and video conferencing. Features two 1 Gigabit Ethernet ports for fast wired connections.
expandable mesh coverage
No more dead zones and dropped connections. Blanket your whole home in reliable WiFi coverage up to 5,000 sqft.
powerful app with parental controls
Easily set up and manage your WiFi with the motosync app. Share guest network, run speed tests, track data usage, and more. Create family profiles to filter content, set time limits, and monitor usage.
auto security and privacy
Keep your network and data safe with advanced security, including: auto firmware upgrades, malware scans, new device alerts, and adblocking.
tons of support
Comes with a 2-year warranty and free support from our US-based technicians.
- AX1800 Dual Band WiFi 6
- Two (2) internal dual-band antennas
- IEEE 802.11 a/b/g/n/ac/ax, 2x2 MU-MIMO
- WiFi 6 Performance (OFDMA, Beamforming, Power Boost, 1024-QAM)
- Transmit power: up to 30 dBm
- Smart Mesh 2.0
- Up to 574 Mbps** at 2.4 GHz
- Up to 1200 Mbps** at 5.0 GHz
- MH7601: 2000 sqft.*
- MH7602: 3500 sqft.*
- MH7603: 5000 sqft.*
- Guest network support
- Band Steering
- Seamless AP Roaming
- Wireless Airtime Fairness (ATF)
- Smart Backhaul
- Optimized WiFi Channel Selection
- WPA/WPA2, TKIP/AES wireless security
- 64 client devices per WiFi band; up to 245 total client devices
- Firewall with DoS Attack Protection, SPI
- One (1) 10/100/1000 Gig Ethernet LAN port
- One (1) 10/100/1000 Gig Ethernet WAN port
- Two (2) 10/100/1000 Gig Ethernet LAN ports
- USB-C Power Input Port
- Reset button
- Front Status LED: Power, WiFi, Internet
- Dimensions: 2.6” H x 5” D x 5” W
- Weight: 10.6 oz
- Ruggedized 4 kV surge protection
- USB-C 5V, 15W AC Adapter
- White 1.5m Ethernet Cable
- Quickstart Guide
- FCC part 15B, 15C, and 15E, FCC MPE, UL 62368 and NRTL safety mark, RoHS, California Prop 65
MH7601 Buttons and Ports
- For the router, connect the ethernet cable from this port to your internet device
- For an extender, this port can be used as a second LAN port to connect wired devices.
- Connect the supplied USB-C 5V 15W AC Adapter
- LAN port to connect wired devices
Works great for me. I renamed the new router to my old routers name and password, and everything connected on its own. I have a lot more signal strength throughout the house, and faster speeds through Comcast. Hope it works for others.
I was using a google nest as a router and hate that google records you. So I purchased a net gear router that was a total POS.So I searched all reviews of many brands and companies and came up with this being my choice. I believe when I purchased it , it was for home automation. It works great. I have had it for a few months and I had to restart it one time. The net gear had to be be restarted constantly and reset completely as a new device every few weeks. That entire reboot process I have not done with this and it is smaller and the range is a lot stronger, more powerful, and has no lag time, and I run it with a vpn and you would never know it was on one.
A solid wifi6 router choice. It looks small but it’s actually way bigger than my Google wifi puck. Fair warning it’s about the size of a small bowl. Easy to set up and configure.
I live in an Urban area in a 100 year old house with walls thick enough to stop the KoolAid man, so wifi dead spots have been a fact of life and source of constant frustration. So when I saw this mesh network system, that had the added benefits of some security/control features, I thought I would give it a try. I currently have 1 Gbps Google Fiber and used the standard router that came with it, which is my only real point of comparison. And before I get too far into this I won’t claim to be a tech expert and only have a passing knowledge of how the magic of the internet works.I received the box inside of a bigger Amazon box, which had seen better days. When I opened the Motorola box some of the nodes had jumped around a bit, but everything was in working order. I wanted to start my testing by having a head to head comparison between my Google router and 1 of the Motorola routers, before I added the other nodes to make it a mesh network.I started off by downloading the Moto Sync app noted in the literature, which is the interface to control your network. I’ll start off by saying it had a very user friendly and intuitive UI, which looked and felt very well polished. I created my account and then initiated the first node by scanning the QR code on the bottom of it. After a few seconds it was up and running and I was able to connect to the internet. Now that I had this network running it was time to compare with my current Google setup. I know speed tests can be very polarizing with a lot of variables affecting the results and I apologize to Google and Motorola if there’s some glaring reason why the ones I did were invalid/biased for some reason, but it was the best way I knew of direct comparison. For all of the tests I used Ookla on an Iphone 12 with multiple tries for each situation and all of the ones I did had a ~9-10 sec ping, so I won’t really comment on that.The first test I did was standing right next to each router (~1 ft away). The Google router came in at ~380 Mbps download and Motorola came in at ~170 Mbps. Though that’s a big discrepancy, I was more worried about the signal far away. So I went to the bathroom on the far side of the house (50 ft away), which is the biggest dead spot offender. This is where the Motorola shined before I even set up the mesh nodes. In this spot I was consistently getting ~10Mbps with Google and ~40Mbps with Motorola.I then decided to add a mesh node to see how it improved the signal. Again this was very intuitive and I just scanned the QR code on the node and waited for it to boot up. I then placed it halfway between the main node and the dead spot bathroom. I also rebooted it a few times to make sure it was talking. I did find that it takes about a minute for the app to detect changes to system status, such as adding a node or unplugging one. I then redid the test and saw slightly improved speeds of ~50 Mbps but it also stayed really consistent as I walked around the house. So all in all the Motorola was a much more solid and stable connection for extended distances.Another bright point that I would like to reiterate was the app. It is a one stop shop for all of your internet needs and gives you total control of your internet ecospace. It gives you everything from a breakdown of where your traffic is going, to creating filters for content, to alerting you of threats and unknown devices to your system. Another feature that I’m going to play with, especially with all the work from home, is making dedicated networks work, home, and guests, which allows you to really silo your traffic. I also like how you can revoke or request Motorola’s data collections.In Summary:Pros:Intuitive and high powered appSecurity/Privacy oriented featuresReliable network extension with solid speedsEasy setup and controlReasonable PriceCons:Close up (proximity wise) speeds could be fasterPackaging could be better for a premium productAll in all I’m very happy with my purchase and would recommend it to anyone!
I got this to help with coverage to my office in my 1870s 5000 sqft house.I needed a system and an app to help me set up the mesh units to get optimized coverage.The devices were very easy to set up and helped me diagnose placement so signal got to my office where the prior system was not able to reach before. Now I can finally zoom without running a cable to my office!Bottom line - good system + good app = good home setup!