СТИЛЬНЫЙ WIFI 6 РОУТЕР TP-LINK ARCHER AIR R5 С ПОДДЕРЖКОЙ EasyMesh. Гигабитный красавчик.
What is it? What sausage? This is not a cutting board! This is not a cutting board! This is a router, guys, a router! This is really a router, this is TP-Link Archer Air R5 Thin, 10.8 mm thick, and this is a gigabit Wi-Fi 6 router Of course, with the capabilities of creating mesh networks In general, with a review on the TECHNOZON channel, let's go! Unboxing Listen, well, the design... In general, if I tell you that there are two ports here, full LAN and full WAN You probably won't believe me either But on the unpacking you will see everything Together, of course, with this box that I have White, pretty And look at the kit, what kind of power supply we have there In principle, you will see it all By the way, Type-C, router on Type-C, I see not often The router itself is unique in that it has... You know how TP-Link began to develop Well, it hasn't even started, it has been developing for a long time And in the right direction This is, for example, an application This is, for example, in security, in parental control In various moments of implementation of the maximum coverage of large areas In particular, for example, for a two-story private house You took this thing, put it down, brought WAN here I, for myself, you know how I did it I have already shown it once I did a review of Powerline, I have two TP-Links I just take Powerline, insert it into the WAN port At the same time, I insert the second Powerline near the second access point on the second floor And I get a single Wi-Fi network Without any problems You can attach this thing to the trim, to the film, to the wall You can attach it to the bracket, which is also included It's all really great But let's see what the manufacturer writes And before that, I ask you to subscribe and click on the bell So as not to miss our interesting videos and reviews of routers, TV-Boxes and the like Of course, links to sellers, to this router, I threw in the description under the video Because for this price, you will still try to find such a router So, we are on the proprietary site TP-Link.com And they say that this is a two-range wireless router with an AX3000 speed index This means that the total maximum theoretical speed of all devices in the network is 3000Mbps Now look, the speed of the next generation's gigabit Wi-Fi is 2402Mbps in the 5GHz range I confirm, I will show it to you in the review itself 574Mbps in 2.4Ghz, I also confirm
The actual speed you will see later Of course, we will show at maximum speeds Intelligent antennas, what is it about? They write that they use intelligent algorithms to automatically determine the location I will not read, you will read I don't want to waste time, but this is ordinary beamforming Beamforming is the technology of positioning the device and forming the beam in such a way To have the maximum coverage, the maximum power of the signal on the device, wherever it is Super low latency TP-Link is always famous for this HomeShield, this is increased security, protects against the latest cyber threats This is what I'm talking about, emphasis on security Compatibility with EasyMesh, they work with Mesh And easy installation, bracket plus various moments I am very pleased that this router supports VPN server In particular, for me it is very important that you can raise the OpenVPN server And here you can do it We have ultra-thin, ultra-thin, minimalistic design And the emphasis is made on the size 210x148x10.8mm Purely white case on Type-C You see, it is even shown here how it is fastened Beautifully, clap-clap And that's it, you can do it this way, you can do it that way You don't want to drill on 3M If you want something more interesting, then hang the bracket and forget Of course, various Wi-Fi 6 technologies are supported This is OFDMA, supports 160MHz bandwidth By the way, it allows us to get a pure gigabit on one device I tried on such a smartphone with Wi-Fi 7 support But it implements any router as much as possible Because it reaches up to 2Gbps that I tried on Wi-Fi 7 routers Now look, here, in addition to what they wrote here There is also support for TWT This is a very important aspect Why? Because it allows you to save a number of your laptops, smartphones With Wi-Fi 6 Very important, very important Next, here they write about antennas, about Mesh And here, by the way, beautifully schematically on the video It is shown how the very principle of Mesh works Here are traditional Wi-Fi extenders This is when you have two different networks And you are forced to switch from one network to another When moving around the house And Wi-Fi Mesh, you just don't do anything at all You walk around the house and it will reconnect you to different access points And you won't even feel it There is one important detail Except VPN, as they write here Usual Internet, encryption, VPN connection, OpenVPN Through OpenVPN or through PPTP There is parental control This is a very good topic And you know what else? Here it is not indicated, they have it on the site Well, I put it aside, I'll tell you in a few words Here it is not indicated, they have it on the site About separate IOT networks This is our network for... Let's say you can turn on the network for smart home devices They can work for 5GHz, they can work for 2.4GHz But a very important point is that these devices are often very subject to cyber threats And cyber attacks, and infection And attempts to hack them In this router you can isolate specific IOT devices If you have smart lights, smart routers, smart teapots and so on Smart cameras can be isolated So that there is no possibility to get access from the external network Despite the fact that your router will interact with the outside world as before Good options We are now moving on to unpacking and reviewing And there we will already draw conclusions Let's go, guys TP-Link AX3000 Wi-Fi 6 Air Router This is Archer Air R5 With a very cool design, ultra-thin EasyMesh support Smart Antennas and HomeShield with support You know what's the most interesting? It's only 8mm thick Very cool thing Now we have here, you see how they write One Wi-Fi name, Smart Roaming In short, there are a lot of different points We need to check Type-C power port This is the first time I see a router on Type-C 2Gb Ethernet ports Here we have, in principle, nothing interesting One Wi-Fi name for the whole house Well, as you can see, iMesh Listen, they declare here up to 2402 Mbps at 5GHz Interesting Let's open and see what we have here Wow! What is it? Have you seen it? This is a router Come on, open it This is a router This is a router This is a router I'm serious Yes Well, guess I'm not used to this You are not used, I'm shocked Opening is a separate topic for conversation So, we remove the film Listen, how cool it is What a cool picture Can you imagine? This is it! This is a router 1WAN Open it, show it 1WAN Type-C and Reset Look at this This is for the material Cool And this is Mesh It can work like a router And it can work like Mesh. Give me LAN cable Look how it connects Click Can you imagine this design? Click Cool What else do we have in the kit? Let's see Now we'll see Very beautiful Very cool So Let's see What do we have here? A lot of promises Mounting Then we have... Oh, for reset TP-Link did a good job This is the first time i see this Power supply 24W 12V, 2A Pretty powerful We have 24W and 10W Interesting We have patchcord And nothing else We'll connect it And test it Cool So, this is the interface of our router If we connect tests, they will be so easy Do you know why? Because it just works It's connected by cable I just go to the usual speedtest, press, test And we get an interesting result And the result is just a pure gigabit Pure gigabit by LAN, by WAN That is, here are pure honest indicators Well, 936, 940, plus service traffic Well, this is a gigabit, in fact Guys, here we checked two ports at once And there are no questions 944 for booting and a little more than 900 for unloading I checked in a series of tests Perhaps it will reach 900 Well, well, well Yes, everything is, everything is honest, everything is beautiful, everything is good That is, we understand that the router is already in this case Responds to the stated requirements But what do we have on Wi-Fi? I turn on my smartphone now Here we will have a very interesting moment Why? Because, firstly, we have a teaser application Which controls this very router That is, we have a mobile application And secondly, we have to try how Wi-Fi works I use Asus ROG 7, which is supported by Wi-Fi 7 In general, it just pulls out the maximum from any Wi-Fi We have a channel speed here 1200Mbps Transmission speed That is, the maximum that it gives us now in 5GHz This is the channel speed How much is the actual That is, it says that here 80MHz Now connect At the same time, we can Here you are now on the computer, you see We can turn on 160MHz But first we try 80MHz Here we get Do you know how much we get? We will get here with you 600, 700, 800 Come on, you can reach 900 In general, in fact, it works out almost full gigabit In perfect conditions Then there will be a full gigabit on Wi-Fi 876Mbps With a channel at this speed 1200Mbps This is for download on Wi-Fi And 800Mbps for download Now we will put 160MHz Although in gigabit routers I do not see the point More than 80MHz Provided that you do not have a lot of devices If you have a lot of devices, then of course you need a wider channel In order to have more throughput And now we can choose Here is 160MHz Continue The operation is successfully completed We have to reconnect our Wi-Fi And in this case the channel speed is now 2.4Gbps
That is, of course, it has increased And we try again the same test But honestly, I'll tell you We will not see a big difference Because it will probably be up to 900Mbps We will see 930Mbps In general, this smartphone can do up to 2Gbps I got up to 2Gbps on Wi-Fi 7 I have a Wi-Fi 7 router Therefore, it is very interesting Come on 931Mbps On 900Mbps Damn, how much is there 975Mbps This is a pure gigabit on Wi-Fi In fact, the fact that there is one port 1 This is not about anything This is a Wi-Fi thing This is a mesh system Which can be implemented As for the range of our coverage Fox, come here We need a fox for this Now we will send it far Fox, don't let the smartphone close It writes You go away The first wall The second wall behind the metal door And there to the end And you press start While the fox is stomping This is where we evaluate such a coverage This is a large three-room apartment Depending on the percentage of fall We can draw conclusions Because we have already retested these routers We can draw conclusions How much it can fall there How much coverage to get This is also a very important point While it tests, you can see what we have here in 2.4 In 2.4 we have channels from 1 to 13 Everything is standard 20, 40, you can turn on mixed You can turn on separate modes Fox, what did we get there? Yes, numbers I understand It turned out Oh, 313 Look, we should be at this distance 313 divided by 930 About 60-65% This is very acceptable for this type of router If we subtract from 1 and multiply by 100 We have a drop of 66% This is acceptable for this type of router We understand that this is not a huge station With such huge antennas I will tell you, even one of this point is enough to cover an average two-room apartment When placed somewhere in the center For a large three-room apartment, you need to combine the mesh network This is definitely It is also desirable through the power line Or through the cable connection And then you will cover a three-room apartment completely This thing will go one-room Excellent Two-room, average I would also think No, there is no need for mesh If you place it in the center, it will be great Let's test 2.4 right away By the way, I didn't test 2.4 at all I'll show you now The channel speed is 573Mbps Wow By the way Now we will see the maximum coverage Come on Maximum coverage and maximum speed 180Mbps Okay, listen This is a small cutting board It gives 170Mbps in 2.4
This is a great result In fact Listen 170Mbps Lisa, do you already understand that we need you? Lisa almost killed herself while running Come on, you go there Now I will update You go there and press start Honestly, Lisa, this is the trouble of the studio Now So, let's see what we got in 5GHz In 5GHz in the zone from 36 to 128 They are DFS channels From 36 to 48 in the Eurozone There are 52, 56, 60, 64 in DFS And from 100 to 128 I will tell you that this is a normal topic This is a normal topic Despite the fact that we can use WPA3 personal And WPA2 enterprise Maximum level of protection Let's put it in a very simple language We have a guest network in 2.4 and 2.5 And there is a separate IOT network This is for managing groups of IOT devices For example, a smart home But here with an IOT network What do we have there? 6.4 in 2.4 it is weaker Good By the way, the Wi-Fi 6 router trend This is a drop Wait, come here We will evaluate it for a little less results Go away then It turns out Behind the second door And test there In general, the Wi-Fi 6 router trend is That 5GHz always works better That's how it happened That is, in old routers, yes, there was 2.4 better
Here, as I understand it, if you want to use 2.4 actively Then you can't do without a mesh network And in principle, it worked It worked, that is, it is real That is, two walls, one metal door Despite the fact that, again, for an average two-room apartment It will be more than enough You take into account that this is, let's say, a budget version of this action And this is still a mesh. Well, what did you test there, Alisa? Goes, I hear it What are you standing there? Are you reading my messages or what? Oh, 75x39 That's it, that is, I can say 2 for these tests Two, please, medium-sized The middle will be covered in 2.4 But 2.4 for what at the moment?
For a smart home device And here they did it in a smart way I'll show you the teaser right away This is our router management application We see here Archer R5 Please join him And here we have, you see, such a thing There is a separate IOT network If we turn it on, then there is one very interesting option This is device isolation I'll explain why You see, as they write, some devices, for example IOT Devices vulnerable to security threats To protect important data devices Isolate these devices to avoid network contamination That is, everyone understands perfectly well that a smart home device This is not a sample for imitation in terms of security No, this thing It can easily infect our device Here you can isolate it all The teaser itself allows us to manage wireless modes Everything is the same, there are even additional settings What is on the computer That is, you see here absolutely identical settings You can connect to the Internet, configure, watch information, isolate the device Manage OneMesh With the system Create OneMesh Manage, manage We have Kiosk, it's basic, I'll tell you That is, we can turn it on and manage the device with priority So you can limit capacity of each device We have option of network diagnostics We have optimization of performance You can scan all this actions and then optimize in accordance with recommendations Here we have everything great Of course, we can't have it not great IOT network, we can turn it on separately There is even 5GHz IOT network This is for smart home devices Here you can share Wi-Fi, TP-Link ID and control of indicators With IPv6 support And we have nothing in advanced settings Because it asks for such settings as NAT, IPv6, to make settings in web interface I think we have nothing else to catch on a smartphone We have a teaser, everything is fine But on a smartphone we can see a network scheme Of course, after working on a smartphone, of course, we will have such a thing It will try to ask for a password Here we have a network map with clients Where we can see each client with connection We have LISTLAN and with channel speed 2.4 connected smartphone In the Internet section, we have options for choosing a static IP address This is PPPoE, L2TP, PPTP, for some reason Russia I don't know, I'm not in Russia Wireless mode Here we have options to turn on OFDMA Very cool thing I will immediately quote what they write OFDMA allows several users to exchange data at once Increasing the performance and connection speed Like this TVT is a cool function This is a target wait time Allows you to set a date for exchanging data between routers In short, it allows you to save the battery of your network devices For example, laptops that support TVT This is a Wi-Fi 6 feature If it does not exchange data, it goes to sleep And there is no constant data exchange As it was Wi-Fi 5, for example, in the same laptops Why did you close the laptop in the evening and open it in the morning at minus 15%? Because it exchanged data Here it can go to sleep Smart Connect is a combination of 2.4 and 2.5 networks into one single network In principle, someone is comfortable, someone is not There is HomeShield, which allows you to provide all-round home Wi-Fi In fact, providing parental control And in the additional settings, we see the same thing again Only in a wider moment Where we can turn on and off NAT We can coordinate ports of the Internet Well, this is the most interesting option that I have not seen for a hundred years We have support for IPTV with VLAN This is also with IGMP, Proxy DHCP server is quite standard With support for DDNS, where we can use TP-Link Well, here you need to use TP-Link ID You can control the router from any point in the world Although if you do not have TP-Link ID, I advise you to start In the settings section of the wireless mode, the same thing Everything is about the same In the guest network too There is a schedule for wireless broadcasting WPS Of course, we have a button on the router And here we have NAT re-address You can re-address ports Port triggering UPnP Support for demilitarized zones HomeShield control through the application Protection We have inter-network screens This is a standard option There is access control for certain devices You can make blacklists on MAC and IP IP and MAC addresses binding This is to prevent spoofing and attack of ARP Only devices that are tied can work inside the network We even have a VPN server OpenVPN PPTP And here you can manage VPN connections Which is to this router Support for IPv6 SmartLife Alexa and Google Assistant I never understood Turn on the guest network Ok, Google, turn on the guest network Stop The phone reacted And of course EasyMesh We have nothing else to show here Nothing to test I honestly recommend this router Very cool, fashionable, beautiful thing Which can be convenient and useful in your home Small, thin, white That's it Bubble was with you on the TECHNOZON channel Bye!