You will still have to set up the additional nodes wirelessly using the Linksys app; once this is done, connect the nodes using CAT5e or higher rated ethernet cables and the nodes should automatically switch to a wired connection.
Set up the parent node using the Linksys app (if not yet set up). To learn how to do that, click on the appropriate link below:
Add the child node using the Linksys app. To learn how to do that, click on the appropriate link below:
Connect an ethernet cable to the child node and connect the other end of the cable to the parent node. The nodes will automatically switch to a wired connection.
For nodes with multiple ports, connect an ethernet cable to the internet port of the child node and connect the other end of the cable to a LAN port on the parent node.
If you have other nodes to add, repeat Steps 2-3 but connect the additional child nodes to the upstream node instead of connecting them to the parent node.
You have now set up a wired Velop system. Keep in mind that the nodes need to be plugged into a power source. They do not provide power over ethernet (non-PoE); however, they can use managed or unmanaged switches. To learn more, click here.
Setting up the Velop system using an Android device
Setting up your Velop system with an iOS mobile device
Setting up the parentnode using a static WAN IP address
Velop (WHW0301, WHW0302, WHW0303) User Guide
Linksys Velop Intelligent Mesh WiFi System, Dual-Band Frequently Asked Questions
Velop Simple Setup in the Web UI
Setting up your first node using a PPPoE connection (VIDEO)
Setting up the first node of your Velop system using an Android™ device (VIDEO)
Adding a node to your Velop system (VIDEO)
How to log in to the Linksys Velop's web interface (VIDEO)
How do I identify which node is the Child node connected to (VIDEO)
Configuring the DNS Settings of your Velop network (VIDEO)