02-28-2023 04:14 AM
02-28-2023 05:02 AM
02-28-2023 07:02 AM
is there anyone who managed to run WiFi 6E with new macbook pro m2 pro that supports Wifi 6E?
I have some hardware that supports 6 GHz and only Apple machine doesn't see 6G SSID 😞 I read suggestion that all bands should use the same SSID for Apple but it doesn't work for me.
02-28-2023 07:48 AM
I was on Apple forum, tested probably all the answers 😞 Thank you all 🙂 If i will find solution for my case, will post it here.
03-03-2023 08:31 PM
03-12-2023 11:01 AM
03-23-2023 01:42 PM
Still having buggy connection with 6 GHz (6E). I tried to mimic the limited number of settings available on the RE815X:
TWT (already disabled/unchecked on the extender)
Switched back to WPA 2/WPA 3 Personal (recommended setting on the RE815X)
Disabled OFDMA/MU-MIMO (copying extender setting)
Tried both with 6 GHz added to SmartConnect or separate with same SSID. The MacBook readily connects to the TP-Link 6 GHz channel but hasn't been for the AXE16000 nor AXE11000 node for a while...
03-30-2023 05:07 AM
I have been working with this very sensitive/moody connection for a while now. The TP-Link RE815XE (HW v 1.6, my apologies for missing the “E” in prior posts) has had a firmware update. I noticed from the more advanced settings area that:
it is recommended to set security to WPA2/WPA3, so I did revert back on my ASUS router(s). (Poor connectivity does not seem related to this setting).
OFMDA/MU-MIMO is disabled on the TP-LINK, so I disabled it on the ASUS settings. Now I can “Bind” my son’s MacBook to a nearby 6E node and it will connect to the 6 GHz band. Do try this setting and please report back so it may help others with the same problem.