NETGEAR Orbi Pro Tri-Band Mesh WiFi System (SRK60) -- Router & Extender Replacement covers up to 5,000 sq. ft., 2 Pack, 3Gbps Speed Router & 1 Satellite
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- NO MORE DEAD ZONES AND LIGHTNING SPEED: Fast 3Gbps mesh WiFi covers up to 5,000 sq. ft. and 25+ devices. Stay connected as you roam using a single network name
- OPTIMIZE PERFORMANCE & CONTROL ACCESS: Separate and prioritize devices across 1 to 4 dedicated network(s) for ultimate flexibility and control of high demand downloading and streaming of movies, video calls, gaming and more
- TRI-BAND BACKHAUL: Dedicated WiFi band between router and satellite frees up the other two bands for maximum speed to your devices. Optional wired Ethernet backhaul for even faster speed.
- WORKS WITH ALL INTERNET PROVIDERS: Replace your existing WiFi router and extender (separate modem or gateway required); compatible with any internet provider including cable, satellite, fiber, DSL and more
- EASY SET-UP AND ADVANCED MANAGEMENT: Set up WiFi network(s) in minutes with the Insight app; manage WiFi settings, test and monitor speed and other advanced options. Wall mount brackets included
- WIRED ETHERNET PORTS: 7 Gigabit Ethernet ports for fast connections
- SATELLITE COMPATIBILITY: Expand coverage up to 2,500 sq. ft. with additional Orbi Pro SRS60 and SRC60 satellites (sold separately)
- SAFE, SECURE AND LOADED WITH ENHANCED TECHNOLOGY: Designed with MU-MIMO, Smart Connect for one WiFi name and Beamforming technologies. Supports WPA2 wireless security protocols. Includes Guest WiFi access, DoS, Firewall, VPN and more
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Blazing Fast 3Gbps WiFi
Speeds up to 3Gbps let you stream HD movies to 25+ devices and enjoy lag-free online gaming while still using all of your connected devices at the same time.
Seamless Roaming Everywhere
Stay connected as you roam around home using an optional single network name.
Expands with Growing Needs
Bigger home or growing business, Orbi Pro can expand WiFi coverage 2,500 sq. ft. with each additional Orbi Pro satellite (sold separately).
Easy to Setup and Manage Advanced Options
With the Insight app, you can set up your WiFi network(s) in minutes, customize settings, test/monitor WiFi speed and control your WiFi anytime, anywhere.
7 Ethernet Ports Give Fast Connections to Wired Devices
Gigabit ports on the router and satellite give fast-wired connections to your computer, game box, TV or other high-speed devices.
Convenient Location Flexibility
Table or wall, Orbi Pro keeps a strong signal wherever you need it, without any cables. Mounting bracket included.
Blanket your growing business with secure, reliable, and blazing fast Wi-Fi with Orbi Pro. Orbi Pro works for small offices, cafes, retail, and more. Orbi Pro's Tri-band AC3000 Wi-Fi creates a fast, dedicated wireless connection between the Orbi Pro Router and Satellite similar to a wired Ethernet connection without having to run an Ethernet cable between them. Long-Form Copy (100 Words) Orbi Pro delivers business-class seamless, high-speed Wi-Fi that is affordable and easy to install, without added infrastructure and deployment costs. It's the perfect Wi-Fi solution for small businesses, cafes, retail, small offices, and more. Engineered with the latest in Wi-Fi technology, Orbi Pro provides performance to keep your company, employees, and customers connected. Utilizing innovative Tri-band Wi-Fi, Orbi Pro creates a dedicated wireless backhaul for data communication between the router and the satellite that maximizes the network speeds to all connected devices and eliminates the need to run long Ethernet cables to Wi-Fi access points. This system enables 3 pre-defined distinct Wi-Fi networks: the Administrative network for business connectivity, an employee network for Internet access, and a Guest network for visitors to enjoy the Internet.
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All that said, after multiple attempts to follow any and all published procedures from Netgear & multiple hard resets of the router node, I was able to connect with one gentlemen in the business support department who prudently walked me through the steps to determine that the only way to initially setup up the Orbi Pro as an Access Point arrangement was to 'hard code' a static IP address within the range of addresses 'served' off of the existing front-end network. In a nutshell, the Orbi Pro is unable to successfully assign (or pick) an IP address in an automatic fashion and would repeatedly throw the Ring LED indicator into a magenta status. That said, now that the Orbi Pro is solidly assigned a route in my network environment, it's performance has been stellar. With it not being the traditional "mesh" wireless product, it actually works better for me in this regard. The back-haul (private and independently routed) dedicated communication between the Router and the Satellite(s) creates a conduit that rivals a hard Ethernet wired path from one end of my operational 'space' to the other. There is still enough flexibility in the internal configuration to make fine adjusts to the wireless operation that I was able to optimize the performance characteristics of the system - unique to my environment. Connectivity is rock solid, the channel assignment is precise to the congestion present and packet handling is clean. For the record, this system quickly replaced a Velop (three node) mesh system I had been using for over a year in the bridge mode. That system is less than optimal in terms of configuration control in either bridged or normal mode. And its performance is significantly inferior to the Orbi Pro.
There are a few areas requiring attention from the Orbi Pro engineering team:
The setup wizard process is seriously broken for the 'out-of-box' and immediate configuration of the AP mode of operation - both from a direct Ethernet connection or through the Orbi app wirelessly. That process needs to be smooth as silk for the best customer experience.
The mobile app wizard demonstrates a common app development issue - not enough testing and debugging.
Secondly, the Ring LED indicator will remain solidly magenta in color for a static IP assignment in the AP mode of operation on the Router node, even when everything is communicating normally, which goes against common sense and intuition after reading the user manual & online support forums. It just makes sense that in a forced, static IP address assignment configuration - where no DHCP server calls are made out to the primary, back-bone network - that the firmware should be intelligent enough to know that the status indication where " if it is unable to obtain the IP address from the router" exists because the Router node is forced into a static IP address assignment (from within its own configuration tables), that the Ring LED should into an off state and not "throw" a false flag. An alternative solution would be to add a configuration option in the Orbi node GUI to allow the user to simply disable the Ring LEDs completely for any of the individual devices in the arrangement.
I look forward to continued product improvement for this system from the engineers and hope that they take my recommendations under careful advisement.
Clean lines and design considerations - including the multiple mounting options and the inclusion of something as simple as the stand cover plates.
Solid back-haul operation. Kudos to the engineers for this ingenuity.
3/4 Ethernet port switch inclusion.
Solid performance once it is set up.
The two node (2 pack Orbi Pro) is a solid performer in a 2500 sq/ft space and performs remarkably well outdoors, along the perimeter.
Netgear needs to address their commonly reported, technical support operations. My experience was absolutely horrible.
The Wizard guided setup process has issues and locks up, requiring the user to hard reset the system.
The Ring LED indicator functionality is broken for the AP mode and throws a false flag.
The Orbi app can actually be worse than a hard-wired setup attempt even with the inclusion of the QR code functionality - which creates a poor customer experience - yet neither method is smooth when attempting to initialize the system as an AP (access point) arrangement out-of-the-box.
The device randomly reboots, hangs and locks up your network - but importantly this is not just your WiFi this happens on a wired network. Highly unreliable and technical support is a total nightmare with HOURS spent online waiting to talk to someone and when you do they can't help say they need to transfer you to Level 2 support but can't. Promise call backs that never happen. No direct call number for second tier support meaning you have to waste 20-40 mins every time going through the first level support - and then hope they transfer you to the right department - x4 attempts in one call
No acknowledgement of the problem by Netgear - just look in the Netgear support forum
as one example of the many threads of this problem
For some people, it may work but do you want to roll the dice and be left with a $750 brick that they refuse to take back
This is not an issue with spurious signals as this is unrelated to WiFi - this is a fundamental issue in a wired network
Think about how much you and your household/business/family rely on the network - not just for internet but for security cameras, telephone, printing. THen imagine losing access to all that for days at a time as the device reboots and grinds everything to a halt. No amount of rebooting fixes it and you are completely stuck. Then you can spend hours talking to "support" call centers that can't help and can't connect you to anyone that can all the while your network is down
The initial problems involved getting the satellites to connect with good backhaul. After many frustrating calls over with tech support over two weekends—approximately 24 calls and 32 hours in total—I determined that the equipment would not work for the construction and size of the house. Despite being less than 10’ away on the other side of a brick wall, I could never get the outside satellite to properly connect. Additionally, the RBS satellites periodically dropped IP addresses for connected devices, and would only hold a IP address of a Ring camera for 2-3 minutes.
After the 25th call to tech support, I decided to pull the equipment out and start again with Orbi Pro routers and satellites. This has been an even more frustrating experience as all the original problems persist—dropped and unstable IP address assignments, and inability to get good backhaul on the outside router. The thing that has driven me to give up is that the already low quality of tech support for the home Orbi router is non-existent for the Orbi pro. Every call to tech support is answered (after a 45 min hold) by a tech who says he or she cannot help with Orbi pro, and then transferred to an Orbi pro support line which never picks up. I waited on hold for Orbi Pro support for 2 hours on Sunday the 24th before being disconnected.
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I have good coverage, the download speed for all the devices is very around 300 BPS all over the house with 25 devices connected.
I like the 3 networks, one is for management, one is for the household, and one for the IoT, and there is a guest network.
What needs to improve? The management software is very poor, the AC3200 (an old device) has better and more professional software.
As a pro product, you would expect more security features, better management options, and more professional Orbi App.
As a professional, I needed to connect a firewall otherwise i would not feel secure.
Good product, good coverage, poor management, unless the software I would rate this product as 5 *****.
Recommended for buy. Earlier was a loyalist to Linksys after reading many reviews/articles, I shifted to Netgear.
I have used it for sometime now, very stable and reliable. Really a good product.
Only thing that is not working: the parental control which is a very important feature for me does not work with the app.
If any support that could make it work, will change my rating from 4 to 5 stars.
El producto es lo que yo quería
Una entrega perfecta
Lo recomiendo a todos.