Mesh – available with FRITZ!Wireless LAN at home is the best! But it's not so great when reception is weak in some rooms. The solution in this case is called mesh networking. The technology is currently a major topic in home networking. The good news is that you already have mesh networking at home with FRITZ! Mesh — what is it and how does it work?Sometimes a single wireless network is not enough for your home or office. Reception can be slower or suffer dropouts in some rooms. Mesh networking does the following: multiple devices generate multiple wireless networks, which are combined to form a single, meshed network. Conveniently, the entire WiFi shares only one name and password.
With mesh you can enjoy high speeds while surfing, streaming, gaming and more — seamlessly reaching even the furthest corners of your home, apartment or office. WiFi from S to XLWith Mesh you expand your home network to the size you need it:
Small to medium-size apartments on one floor
Medium-size apartments/houses on one to two floors
Large apartments/houses with multiple stories
FRITZ! + FRITZ! = MeshThe hub of the mesh network is always your FRITZ!Box. If you like, it's easy to add more devices:
FRITZ!WLAN Repeaters provide for even greater range.
FRITZ!Powerline devices supporting WiFi use the electrical wiring as an additional data freeway.
And an additional FRITZ!Box becomes a Mesh repeater.
The devices synchronize automatically – you don't have to do a thing. Changes to settings are also automatically adopted for all FRITZ! products. Mesh has a lot to offer
Mesh WiFi steering
Automatically directs wireless devices to the wireless access point with the best reception and to the most powerful frequency band.
Always uses the wireless band offering the fastest connection for the FRITZ!Repeater
Enjoy video and music around the clock, without interruptions
Antennas transmit directly towards the terminal devices – offering even greater range and speed
Everything in sight and managed with a few clicks.A mesh network graphic has been added to the home network overview, showing which FRITZ! devices are active and which are connected to your smartphone, tablet, notebook or gaming console.
You want to offer your guests fast Internet, but keep it securely separated from your home network? With the FRITZ!Hotspot all it takes is a click. You can also deactivate your WiFi automatically overnight for all FRITZ! devices.
Mesh networking overview
See what's happening with all of your connected devices and install updates centrally with the FRITZ!Box.
Invite your guests to the internet. Settings also apply to FRITZ!Repeater and FRITZ!Powerline devices.
Create a schedule and turn the wireless LAN on or off automatically.
Limit time online per device, by duration or period or block certain sites.
How do I set up Mesh?With the new mesh you can optimize your existing home network at the touch of a button.
For more information check out our handy guide. Want to try Mesh at your home or office?Download the new FRITZ!OS 7 today and try our Mesh network for your home or office. FRITZ!OS 7 will gradually be made available for all FRITZ!Box listed on our website.
"AVM's approach of expanding its existing infrastructure to add mesh networking is interesting. Hardware users will especially benefit from significantly lower costs."
"With the update AVM offers strong competition for Google WiFi and the like. Another advantage is that since FritzBox routers are already used in many homes, it could get difficult for more expensive mesh devices..."
"Builds a stable mesh network: Fritzbox leaves Google in the dust."
"An advantage for AVM. With Germany's extremely popular Fritz!Box, the manufacturer has a device in its portfolio that is both modem and router, so there's no need to set up another box."