CR1000A/CE1000A
rlacrossjr
Enthusiast - Level 1

Finally got the WiFi 6E extender that matches the main CR1000a. So its been couple days does the ethernet data lights ever go into standby like the CR1000a? I have tried turning them off under the advanced setting, keep getting a strobe light show at night.

Also Ce1000a fixed all issues i had with my E3200. CE1000A gives me full 1gig wired and 600-900 on WiFi. vs E3200 only providing 30-40%

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Re: CR1000A/CE1000A
Cang_Household
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In my own testing, E3200's Broadcom WiFi 6 radio is more robust than CR1000A's Qualcomm radio and CE1000A's MediaTek radio. CR1000A's WiFi 6E radio is better near 940Mbps peaking for 5 minutes.

I don't know what issues would E3200 have with CR1000A. E3200 has lower speed ports than CE1000A.

The LED thing, you might need to reboot the CR1000A, not the CE1000A to resync the settings. The SSDP re-broadcasts after a reboot.

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Re: CR1000A/CE1000A
Cang_Household
Community Leader
Community Leader

In my own testing, E3200's Broadcom WiFi 6 radio is more robust than CR1000A's Qualcomm radio and CE1000A's MediaTek radio. CR1000A's WiFi 6E radio is better near 940Mbps peaking for 5 minutes.

I don't know what issues would E3200 have with CR1000A. E3200 has lower speed ports than CE1000A.

The LED thing, you might need to reboot the CR1000A, not the CE1000A to resync the settings. The SSDP re-broadcasts after a reboot.