Linksys MX5500 Velop Atlas WiFi 6 Router Home WiFi Mesh System, Dual-Band, 8,100 Sq. ft Coverage, 90+ Devices, Speeds up to (AX5400) 5.4Gbps - 3 Pack WIFI 6 8100 ft | 90+ Devices | 5.4Gbps
Model Number: MX5503-CA
Linksys MX5500 Velop Atlas WiFi 6 Router Home WiFi Mesh System, Dual-Band, 8,100 Sq. ft Coverage, 90+ Devices, Speeds up to (AX5400) 5.4Gbps - 3 Pack WIFI 6 8100 ft | 90+ Devices | 5.4Gbps is backordered and will ship as soon as it is back in stock.
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|Item model number
|8.61 x 8.61 x 18.49 cm; 3.02 Kilograms
|Item dimensions L x W x H
|8.6 x 8.6 x 18.5 Centimetres
|4.1 4.1 out of 5 stars 621 ratings 4.1 out of 5 stars
|Best Sellers Rank
|#34,086 in Electronics (See Top 100 in Electronics) #250 in Network Routers
|Date First Available
|Oct. 4 2021
|Place of Business
|Linksys USA Inc
|4x4 MU-MIMO, OFDMA, High Power PAs, Supporting 160MHz channel bandwidth, Automatic Firmware Updates, Advanced Security, Easy setup and control with the Linksys App, Intelligent Mesh™ Technology, Easily Expandable and Seamless Mesh WiFi system See more
|Frequency band class
|Wireless communication standard
|Recommended uses for product
|Business, Gaming, Home, Personal
|Linksys MX5503, Power Adapter, Ethernet Cable, Quick Installation Guide, Warranty Documentation
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The system is great - I just wish they included a quick start up to move from an old Linksys mesh to the new Linksys system. The transition isn't covered on the package insert or in the app. However, tech support was great. DO write down your old system name before you begin the upgrade. Everything reconnects to the new mesh quickly and easily. Really pleased with the coverage. They are big towers but it is a fine trade of for the functionality. And - the app is also really quite handy and easy to use.
I was hoping to replace my aging Apple AirPort Extreme, extend and speedup my network, and increase the number of devices that could connect simultaneously to my WiFi as I am nearing the limit of the AE. And it was also advertised as HomeKit compatible. (Well not if you don't give Linksys outside access to HomeKit) I am using my wifi Access Point in bridge mode. I have a perfectly capable wired router that is deeply configured with address reservations and port routing. I was hoping to avoid setting up yet another user account with a business that could technically "look" at my network. So I tried to use the access points web interface but I found it to be severely limited. There is clearly an intent there to force you to register. Setting up bridge mode further limits the configuration options. As you are unable to pair the satellites in Bridge mode. I found the info on Linksys extensive and confusing web support (which wouldn't be needed if the device was properly engineered); You have to revert to router mode then flip it back to bridge. With each configuration change requiring an excruciating slow reboot. I finally decided reluctantly to register to be able to use the full features of the configuration app. The app is confusing with hidden configuration options. And even then, among other limitations, in bridge mode you can't give manual IP adresses to your Access points. You have to set them up in your router. Once I went through the ordeal of setting these up. It was time to test it. No matter where I was in my house, close to the main hub, close to a satellite or far from them. The highest speed I ever got was 80Mbps with an average of about 50 ! With an advertised 4,2Gbps !! I reverted back to my old faithful 10 year old AirPort Extreme and got back the 130Mbps (my internet speed) that I had before this dreadful experience. I don't even know how a business can ship a product like this. I know made good products before. But for this Velop Mesh thingy, frankly I am insulted. It was my first Linksys product, and it will probably be my last.
I have several of these around my house/property yet for some reason some rooms have very low signal. I called linksys and they insisted I update to a firmware that was not yet released to the public, in doing so it caused all kinds of issues with my devises. I had to reset the whole system from scratch and reconnect every singe device. I still have the same spotty connection in certain rooms, but in general it works well. I hope a future firmware update will make the system more stable/reliable. FYI, you can not downgrade the firmware once updated.
I’ve been a long time customer of Linksys. Setup was quick n easy. Problem I encounter is in spite of having multiple mixed nodes, it still drops signals. I have thick walls so hard to penetrate and I do have tons of devices, however, most difficult is outdoor cameras. They seem to be buffering most of the time. Spoken to Linksys Tech Support but no luck yet. I’m constantly monitoring. Overall if it works it’s a great system. I have the old mesh network AC3600, MX 5300, AX 5500 as well as now MX 4200. I find I have to place 2 or more nodes in Garage, Top floor, Main Floor, and Basement as well else signal drops. I’m hoping Linksys will improve their technology and make it more reliable. As for my Modem, I have subscribed to blazing speeds with my ISP. Let’s hope Linksys upgrades their system soon.
Way better than I thought