FAQ

What Is Velop Whole Home Mesh WI-FI System is all about?

Linksys Velop whole mesh wifi system is a device that performs better than your traditional router and extenders. Linksys Velop is capable of providing seamless Wi-Fi all over your place. Linksys Velop is a potent Tri-Band connection point which allocates internet at high-speed. Enjoy high-speed internet up to 6,000 sq. ft.

  • Active internet connection
  • Modem or Modem router gateway
  • For Linksys Velop setup a Mobile device

Yes, Linksys Velop user gets nodes, which comes with 12 V 2 A power adapters.

The light on the node indicates diverse status & behavior on your node.

Your Linksys Velop Whole Home Mesh WI-FI System, performs better than your typical router and extender. Velop easily replaces your old router's job in your network. So, once you setup the Velop, you can keep back your old router.

Yes, Linksys Velop has all new web interface to configure Wi-Fi easier & better. It also comes with the latest firmware for enhanced wifi experience.

Your Linksys Velop support Layer 2 Tunneling Protocol (L2TP), Point-to-Point Tunneling Protocol (PPTP) & Internet Protocol Security (IPSec).

First, setup your Velop system by the wifi connection, when the setup gets completed, next unplugs the nodes which are supposed to shift to new site & re-connect Ethernet & power cables. After this, your Velop will by default get the switch to wired backhaul.

You can perform Linksys Velop setup by the use of Linksys App. Or in case of an issue, contact us for Velop support.

Once you access the dashboard of Velop, you can start configuring its settings. So, access Velop dashboard with Linksys app. You can also access Velop dashboard with a web interface.

Device section provides information of Devices which are connected to the network. To know more about it, contact us for Velop support.

Channel Finder explores every node to discover the channel with the smallest amount of traffic.

One Wi-Fi name for the complete Tri-Band network. The user can currently configure the 2.4 GHz and 5 GHz WI-FI names independently.

The foremost node that user install in Velop system called the parent node, or additionally nodes user install is called Child node.

In case, you successfully add on three nodes in Velop network, there is the option of adding few nodes in Velop network. You can add up to 6 nodes in Velop network.