How many Halo H series units can I add to my Halo H series mesh network?
In theory, you can add as many Halo units (which could be different Halo H series models) to your existing Halo H series mesh network. In the actual environment, the quantity of the Halo units in a network depends on how you connect them and what model you use as the main Halo.
If you use different H series Halo in one mesh network, we recommend that you use a higher specification product as its main route.
We recommend the following sequence as the main router choice.
If the H80X or H70X works as the main router, we recommend no more than 9 Halo units in the network to ensure performance.
If the H50G or H30G works as the main router, we recommend no more than 6 Halo units in the network to ensure performance.
If the Halo H30 works as the main router, we recommend no more than 3 Halo units in the network to ensure performance.
Note: A hop is a trip that a data packet that is transferred from one Halo unit to another Halo unit.
In a Hybrid network, some Halo units are connected through Ethernet, while others are connected through Wi-Fi. In this case, we recommend no more than three consecutive Wi-Fi hops in the network.
Q: Can Halo H50G work with the other Halo models?
A: Halo H50G is compatible with all units from the Halo H series to form a Mesh network. Please note that the Halo H series and S series cannot work together. For example, H50G cannot set a mesh network with Halo S3/S12.