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Motorola WiFi 6 Mesh System, 1.8 Gbps speed | mh7600

$129.99
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Motorola WiFi 6 Mesh System, 1.8 Gbps speed | mh7600

$129.99
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  • Description
  • 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.

  • PER DEVICE

    WiFi Specs

    • 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
    • Speed:
      • Up to 574 Mbps** at 2.4 GHz
      • Up to 1200 Mbps** at 5.0 GHz
    • Coverage:
      • MH7601: 2000 sqft.*
      • MH7602: 3500 sqft.*
      • MH7603: 5000 sqft.*
    • Guest network support

    Device Management

    • Band Steering
    • Seamless AP Roaming
    • Wireless Airtime Fairness (ATF)
    • Smart Backhaul

    Network Management

    • 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

    Physical interface

    • Router:
      • One (1) 10/100/1000 Gig Ethernet LAN port
      • One (1) 10/100/1000 Gig Ethernet WAN port
    • Extender:
      • 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

    Accessories

    • USB-C 5V, 15W AC Adapter
    • White 1.5m Ethernet Cable
    • Quickstart Guide
    • motosync app

    Certifications

    • FCC part 15B, 15C, and 15E, FCC MPE, UL 62368 and NRTL safety mark, RoHS, California Prop 65

    MH7601 Buttons and Ports

    WAN/LAN Port

    • 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.

    USB-C Power

    • Connect the supplied USB-C 5V 15W AC Adapter

    LAN Port

    • LAN port to connect wired devices

Customer Reviews

Based on 71 reviews
73%
(52)
6%
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10%
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Amazon Customer

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.

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LJS

If all you need is wifi and internet it will work for you. Does not support port forwarding and or any advanced routing functions. Returning for that reason. You can only configure it or make changes to it from your phone.

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JDIEGO

Like the devices however had major issue with one of devices being already registered to another network. After dealing with back and force with Motorola support for over a week, they finally stopped responding to me. So I had one dead unusable puck. So was forced to process return to Amazon to get my money back.

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RICHARD

Product requires an app and cloud to be set and configured at high level. No web interface and no means to set it up at IP/net level to fit it into existing environment.The app is full of fluff settings but short, very short, on technical settings, and of course it is dependent on you being connected to the internet, and to the "cloud" aka host server which is working as expected.Vendor privacy policy does require sharing of your data for the app to function and product to fully perform. If you decline, some critical functions and most of the fluff goes away.A statement from product support group:"When you opt out of data collection, you can still use the gateway for your home network. Unfortunately, you cannot use the Moto Sync app as it relies on the information we collect to operate. The upside to allowing us to collect and process information about your network is that we continually monitor for bad actors and malicious software on your network as well as allowing you to see what devices are consuming the most data. We think of ourselves as a "guest" that has been invited into your home and we treat our presence there with the utmost respect."Not functional and not acceptable to me. Returned ...

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J

The first order received had 1 faulty node out of the 3pk. It said connected but the speed test would fail each time. I tried to factory reset and reinstall with the help of product support but got nowhere. You can't remove a node from your network once it's added which is really dumb. (If you ever needed to replace a node, it would always show a blaring red screen in the app saying something is wrong with your network. If you're like me and need everything to look good, this will drive you nuts.)Since I was still within the return window, I ordered a replacement, which product support also recommended. Upon receiving the new system, I had to remove all devices and forget the network in the app in order to start fresh. I started to install the new node as a router and everything looked fine until I tried installing another node as an extender. While doing that, everything I just removed from my network returned and tried adding the new router as an extender instead also. It was trying to use the old now boxed up node as the router and add the new nodes as extenders. So at that point I had a blaring red screen again with 5 offline nodes. So both are now being returned and looking elsewhere due to this frustrating app that's required to work these.Getting 2 stars just because speed was good with the 2 working nodes.