In many homes today single router wifi isn't good enough anymore. The signal simply can not penetrate walls and other obstacles in a home. The result? Sections of a home with weak or no wireless signal.
With FreeMesh Router and 2 FreeMesh Nodes most homes will experience a clean and strong wireless signal throughout. No more dead zones! No more complaints about weak wireless signal.
Setup a mesh system anywhere by connecting to a 4G LTE network. Ideal for users who do not have access to a traditional DSL or cable broadband connection. It can be connected in conjunction with a primary line as a failover system.
Currently tested on T-Mobile and AT&T. Verizon comming soon.
The WE1326 LTE FreeMesh Router is equipped with the MT7621A, the latest MediaTek processor. The MT7621A Wi-Fi SoC Dual-core CPU boasts a powerful clock frequency up to 880 MHz MIPS® 1004KEc™.
The firmware is built on OpenWRT and can be configured to support Quality of Service (QoS), SAMBA, Virtual Private Network (VPN) and others routing and tunneling applications. It is ideal for high performance 802.11ac, NAS (via USB), and smart routers. The dual-core MT7621A applies low-power consumption while producing high speed performance!
The router provides for five (5) Gigabit Auto MDI/MDIX Ethernet ports, a SIM card slot, a USB 2.0 port, and a Micro SD card slot for network storage (upon configuration). Internal 4G LTE antennas are also included (when SIM added and configured).
The WE3926 FreeMesh nodes provides blazing fast wireless in all corners of your home. The WE3926 combinds stability with performance to meet all of your wireless needs!
Want to tweak and configure? Want to help contribute to improving wireless? Then always get updates that you can bring to the system yourself!
Configure and manage your mesh nodes with an updated LuCi Wireless page that is specific to FreeMesh
FreeMesh nodes automatically connect wirelessly to your FreeMesh router to create a wireless backhaul, or you can use an Ethernet cable to connect your nodes to create a wired backhaul. Ethernet backhaul also works with managed switches that have STP support.