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Does the Plusnet Hub Two support TP-Link OneMesh?

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GillsDiv1
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Does the Plusnet Hub Two support TP-Link OneMesh?

Hi all, I'm a beginner here, I have TP-link wifi extenders and I am considering upgrading my Plusnet Hub One to a Hub Two, which I believe would enable me to turn my network into a mesh network via the TP-link OneMesh. Does the Hub Two support OneMesh please? I believe it would be straightforward to configure using the TP-link 'Tether' app and instructions for this are readily available, it's just the compatibility that concerns me.

 

Many thanks

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Baldrick1
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Re: Does the Plusnet Hub Two support TP-Link OneMesh?

@GillsDiv1  Welcome to the Community forums

From my reading of OneMesh it only works with a Tp-link OneMesh router.
Assuming that you are on ADSL or FTTC you can either use a compatible Tp-link xDSL combined modem/router for this or a Tp-link router plus a Hub 2 in bridge modem mode to achieve the same function.

If you are on Full Fibre FTTP then you don’t need the modem function.

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GillsDiv1
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Re: Does the Plusnet Hub Two support TP-Link OneMesh?

Thank you Baldrick1. How can I confirm if I am on ADSL or FTTC?

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Re: Does the Plusnet Hub Two support TP-Link OneMesh?

What speeds do you get?

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@GillsDiv1 

If your Plusnet hub is plugged into the same socket as your telephone, be it via a filtered faceplate or plug in filter then you need a modem. This provides the ADSL, fibre or fibre extra services (FTTC).

FTTP is provided through a separate box that has a mains supply and indicator lights. This provides full fibre, also known as FTTP 

 

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