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jw0ng
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Whole Home WiFi (white discs) - can I combine 2x Trio set into one big Mesh Network with 6 APs?

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Pretty much as Title. 

How flexible can I set up the Mesh Network with Whole Home WiFi?

I am 2x Trio set.  Wondering if I can 

1. Create one single Mesh with 6 APs; 
2. Creaate two Mesh networks (in different houses) - one with 4 APs ; another with 2 APs.

Thanks.

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Re: Whole Home WiFi (white discs) - can I combine 2x Trio set into one big Mesh Network with 6 APs?

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Re: Whole Home WiFi (white discs) - can I combine 2x Trio set into one big Mesh Network with 6 APs?

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Thanks for the link.

If I reword it, I think my true questions is, do I have to buy "extension disc" to extend my current mesh network (with 3 discs)? Can I use one of the discs in the 2nd Trio set instead?
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Re: Whole Home WiFi (white discs) - can I combine 2x Trio set into one big Mesh Network with 6 APs?

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You will have to wait until one of the BT device experts to answer that. Someone like @BrunoN  may see this thread.

 

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Re: Whole Home WiFi (white discs) - can I combine 2x Trio set into one big Mesh Network with 6 APs?

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@jw0ngwrote:
Thanks for the link.

If I reword it, I think my true questions is, do I have to buy "extension disc" to extend my current mesh network (with 3 discs)? Can I use one of the discs in the 2nd Trio set instead?

Hi @jw0ng , yes you can reuse one of the disc from your 2nd trio to be used as an extension to your first set. In the app, go to settings and select "Add another disc", then follow the instructions.

Key step is the first one where you're being asked to plug that disc into your broadband router/hub with a cable. Don't miss that step as it's the one where the settings will be transferred to your new disc so it becomes part of the main network. If you follow the app you should be fine, but if you have problems, come back here.

Hope this helps.

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