Velop Pro 6E MX6202 Tri-Band Mesh WiFi 6E System, 2-Pack


Velop Pro 6E MX6202 Tri-Band Mesh WiFi 6E System, 2-Pack

SKU: MX6202
4.8 out of 5 Customer Rating

Velop Pro 6E MX6202 Tri-Band Mesh WiFi 6E System, 2-Pack

SKU: MX6202
4.8 out of 5 Customer Rating

Linksys Velop® Pro 6E with Cognitive™ Mesh delivers WiFi 6E with unmatched range.* Stream, download or work with a faster connection, wider coverage and more devices on your network. Multiple users shouldn’t equal a slower network. It takes care of the heavy lifting so you can focus on the connections that matter most.

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Cognitive Mesh

is Better.

Linksys Cognitive Mesh figures everything out for you by making continuous optimizations that improve your connectivity across all your devices.

Set Up in Minutes.

The Linksys App, your WiFi’s new best friend. Set up your Velop Pro 6E in minutes, manage your network, set parental controls, and easily prioritize connected devices all through the new Linksys Mobile App.

WiFi 6E Speed.

Connect on time, every single time. WiFi 6E offers an extra 6GHz band connection that helps cut down on interference and improves speeds to your connected devices.​


WiFi privacy shouldn’t be optional.

Linksys does not track your app usage or online activity, our products and apps don’t use tracking cookies, and don’t share or sell your data for marketing purposes.



The ideal solution for any home. Each node covers 3,000 square feet; each Velop Pro WiFi 6E system caters to 200 devices for reliable home WiFi coverage.



Qualcomm® Immersive Home 316 platform delivers the ultimate WiFi 6E experience. This next-gen platform blends innovative mesh capabilities with advanced tri-band WiFi 6E features so you can stream, download, and work on a faster and wider connection.​

Rated 1 out of 5 by from Disappointing Customer Service This is a follow up to my initial review titled NOT COMPATIBLE with majority of the Linksys Product Line, from Dec 2023. After deciding to buy 2 nodes (the MX6202) instead of just one to solve the undisclosed compatibility issue with my existing equipment, the shipment was severely delayed due to Linksys not using the correct shipping address (despite having it from the original order). I received the equipment more than a week later than scheduled. Regarding not providing the same 30% discount as was given on the original order, I was never able to resolve the issue. I called Linksys multiple times but each time the person I spoke to wasn't able to handle it and had to have someone else call me back, which inevitably would be when I wasn't available. Customers service is supposed to be convenient to the customer, not the company. It appears this is Linksis' approach to avoid an issue; make the customer give up.
Date published: 2024-01-10
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Easy Installation and Good WiFi Speed This replaced my Linksys MR7500 (Hydra Pro 6E). Installation was a walk in the park with the use of the Linksys App. Mesh WiFi is good. I used to have a repeater and the speed delivered by the mesh cannot be "repeated" with a repeater :)
Date published: 2023-12-26
Rated 2 out of 5 by from Difficult to configure Difficult to configure with the instructions given
Date published: 2023-12-08
Rated 5 out of 5 by from A Very Good Router I recently purchased this router configuration with 3 nodes--it was the easiest setup of any router I have ever owned. The app was easy to work with and fairly intuitive. It handles multiple devices easily and has reliable signal throughout the entire house. Still experimenting with some of the features and look forward to broadcasting all 3 bands once I figure out how to turn them on--yes, that should be a choice we make vs. having it made for us via the app during set-up. And, I wish there was an additional port or two on the back. But, a great router and I am quite pleased with it.
Date published: 2023-11-04
Rated 2 out of 5 by from Really disappointed I originally bought a three pack of Pro 6e and, after several days of trying to get a stable system, finally called support. The support agent was excellent but the conclusion was that my bandwidth from Verizon was too low for the Velop Pro system. We got a working system and I moved the Verizon modem to a location where the bandwidth was 10 times stronger. The Velop Pro 6e continued to drop out whenever the modem signal dropped below 10 mbps. I reinstalled my MX5300/WHW01 system and have not had a dropout since. Now I have 5 Velop Pro 6e towers for doorstops (I brought two more to improve coverage). Expensive lesson about how corporate innovation stagnates.
Date published: 2023-11-03
Rated 1 out of 5 by from Disappointing to Say the Least I first purchased the VELOP PRO 6E back in August - trying out a multi-node mesh system for the first time. I had a lot of problems in the setup - which may have been of my own making - but it took almost 3 hours for setup including a call to tech support. For the next month or so, it appeared that the new system was a vast improvement over our previous solution - fast Internet throughout the house. However, beginning in the end of September, we started having problems with devices dropping offline periodically. Then, we were experiencing an issue where we could not create a new connection with the error "Invalid Password" being presented. After multiple resets, it appeared to resolve. However, it got worse over the ensuing days. I spent another 2-3 hours on the phone with Tech Support - where they seemed to get off-track in the issue - dealing with a node that didn't want to connect vs. the apparent underlying issue. As a result, I returned that system and purchased a new one, under the impression that this was a limited hardware issue. I had the platform home for about a week - and the issue reared its ugly head again. I believe it is a firmware issue (1.0.4.x works fine, 1.0.5.x does not) and spoke to tech support about it - but they insisted it was not and that there was a work around to 1) reboot the nodes; and 2) forget an re-add the network on each and every device...... ..... OKAY.... that didn't work for the many hours I was on the phone with tech support... So it appears to me that LINKSYS is out of its league right now and the tech team will not be able to resolve. I have purchased a different branded mesh platform and it appears to be working seamlessly. It is truly disappointing that LINKSYS fell down so hard on this platform.
Date published: 2023-10-05
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Nice but still buggy Nice but took 3 hours to setup FYI the app for setup sucks. I had to set it up 2 or 3 times before it would work, once it did work it ran great. I'm getting better coverage than I did with the eero pro 6e. One down side is the speedtest, I can't trust it at all, I have 1gb service and on the eero when I used the the on device speedtest it would show 980mbs down and 520mbs upload, on the Linksys it says 308mbs download and 158mbs upload, if I run speedtest on my mac it shows my speeds like it should. Over all I'm happy to have a more stable network.
Date published: 2023-09-29
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Not Home Kit Compatable Bought this to upgrade my original mesh system and expand coverage and speed. Only to discover it is not apple home kit comparable 😩
Date published: 2023-09-10
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Asked by: KRIS E
Hi, Kris! It shouldn’t be a problem as long as your modem connects via Ethernet. While we haven't tested every internet service out there, our routers are designed to be compatible with fiber, cable, satellite, and DSL connections from the majority of ISPs and modems that utilize Ethernet.
Answered by: Linksys
Date published: 2024-02-15

I currently have a lynskys mx5500 WiFi system. My question iOS if I buy the new velpro nodes can I still use my older mx5500 nodes as part of the new parent velpro setup

Asked by: Anthony1
Yes, Anthony1. You can still configure the MX5500 as a child node to the Velop Pro 6E.
Answered by: Linksys
Date published: 2024-02-07

Do you have to connect the Velop Pro 6E via an ethernet cable or does it connect to the parent wirelessly?

Asked by: Steve1
Hello, Steve1. Only the parent node requires a wired connection to your modem or internet source. Any additional nodes (child nodes) can connect to the parent node through either wired or wireless links.
Answered by: Linksys
Date published: 2024-02-05

With each tri-band 6E system, is a router seperate or included with the system?

Asked by: Bru24
Hi, Bru24. The Linksys Velop Pro 6E is a Tri-Band Mesh WiFi 6E Router and is an integral part of the system. The nodes uses Linksys Cognitive Mesh Technology, ensuring seamless connectivity optimization across all your devices for a hassle-free connection experience.
Answered by: Linksys
Date published: 2024-01-30

what new system is compatible with WHW03v2, I have 5 units and want to upgrade my main area of my home.

Asked by: jimmer105th
Hi, jimmer105th. The Linksys WHW03 is compatible to work with all Velop products and Linksys mesh routers. It is also recommended to set the node or mesh router with superior specifications as the parent node to fully maximize its features. Should you need further assistance, feel free to send us an email at, and we'll be happy to offer personalized recommendations for you.
Answered by: Linksys
Date published: 2024-01-29

Is there a dedicated back channel between base and remote for communication, like with Netgear Orbi?

Asked by: forkboy1965
Hi. The Linksys MX6202 does not support the feature you’ve mentioned. The entire process is automatic and there is no toggle to dictate which band is used for backhaul.
Answered by: Linksys
Date published: 2024-01-29

is it compatible with MR7500

Asked by: Elie
Certainly, Elie. Just make sure to configure the Linksys MX6203 as the parent node and ensure to update and use the latest Linksys App, to enable compatibility with a mixed environment.
Answered by: Linksys
Date published: 2024-02-14

Is Apple homekit supported

Asked by: GregB
Hi, GregB. While The Linksys MX6203 does not support HomeKit integration feature, your HomeKit-enabled devices will still function normally as they are treated as regular clients on your network. To know more about the product, please refer here:
Answered by: Linksys
Date published: 2024-01-21
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Requires customer-paid active internet connection, modem, and compatible iOS or Android mobile device, available ethernet port, nearby power outlet, and the Linksys App.

Extra nodes may be needed for some homes. When expanding the network of your Cognitive™ Mesh router, additional Linksys routers or nodes must have Cognitive™ Mesh technology.

*Specifications are subject to change without notice. Speed reflects maximum combined WiFi speeds across all radios per IEEE Standard 802.11 specifications. Range estimates are based on performance test results. Actual speed, performance and range will vary, and maximum supported speeds will not be available to all customers due to conditions and variables like building materials and construction, volume of network traffic, mix of wireless products used, interference, your wireless device’s WiFi standard, wireless obstructions, and external factors.

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