WHAT'S ASUS AiMesh?
ASUS routers are designed to give you the best possible WiFi coverage, and in most cases, a single ASUS router will deliver smooth, reliable WiFi to every part of your home. But WiFi coverage can be affected by many factors: room layout, construction materials, and even furnishings! If your home has dead spots or unreliable signals, ASUS AiMesh is the answer! AiMesh is an innovative new router feature that connects multiple ASUS routers to create a whole-home WiFi network. It’s a powerful and flexible way to solve your WiFi problems that also make the most of your existing hardware: you can mix different ASUS router models, so when you upgrade there’s no need to throw away your old router — you can use it to expand your AiMesh network! AiMesh gives you time-saving central control over all the routers, and seamless roaming capability means you never need to switch networks. AiMesh is WiFi you can rely on — for all your devices, all the time!
AiMesh Vs Mesh
With other whole-home WiFi systems (often called mesh networks), you're limited to using matching hubs, and you often need to buy them in multi-hub packs. Your old router won't work with these systems, so you'll need to get rid of it — an expensive and wasteful thing to do. AiMesh is much more flexible and cost-effective: if you already own an ASUS router, our commitment to adding new features to existing routers means you can use it in your AiMesh network! For those new to ASUS, if you buy an ASUS router and find that later you need to extend coverage — perhaps to a new room or outbuilding — simply add extra ASUS routers to your AiMesh system as you need, and when you're ready: you're in full control!
A RELIABLE AND SEAMLESS WiFi EXPERIENCE
Smart Technology for Maximum Reliability
AiMesh incorporates several technologies to incorporate performance and reliability. A rock-solid data backbone connects all the AiMesh-enabled routers, with AiMesh intelligently choosing either a wired connection or the optimal frequency band.
Self-healing immediately replaces a failed router using the remaining router connections.