Atlas Max 6E MX8503 - Tri-Band AXE8400 Mesh WiFi 6E System 3-Pack

$999.99
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Atlas Max 6E MX8503 - Tri-Band AXE8400 Mesh WiFi 6E System 3-Pack

SKU: MX8503
4.4 out of 5 Customer Rating
$999.99
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Atlas Max 6E MX8503 - Tri-Band AXE8400 Mesh WiFi 6E System 3-Pack

SKU: MX8503
4.4 out of 5 Customer Rating
Linksys Atlas Max 6E (AXE8400) unleashes the biggest upgrade to WiFi in a decade, bringing the ultra-fast, low-latency 6GHz band to every corner of your home. Use as a backhaul between nodes or connect directly for seamless video conferencing, working from home, remote learning, and even the latest AR and VR.
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family using WiFi 6E to stream on various devices

Bigger, Better, Band

WiFi 6E extends WiFi 6 to a new dedicated 6 GHz band for no interference, up to 4x faster speeds*, and lower latency.

Wifi and mesh routers

The Future Looks Bright

Intelligent Mesh™ allows you to expand your coverage across your home by simply adding nodes giving you the range to keep your connection going strong.

Linksys Life Lab

Life Tested

To deliver the reliability you expect, our products pass 25 real-world tests in The Linksys Life Lab, are backed by product warranty, and have 24/7 tech support.

family sitting on couch using WiFi 6 on cell phones and tablet

More Devices than Ever Before

WiFi 6 sends and receives multiple streams of data simultaneously, providing up to 4x* more WiFi capacity to handle more gaming, and smart home devices.

Linksys app on cell phone

Easy Setup and Control

It's simple to set up, lets you access your network from anywhere, and view or prioritize which connected devices are using the most WiFi - all from the free Linksys app.

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Is it an Modem router?

Asked by: caltr3
Modem is a term that allows you remote access, yes this router allows VPN remote connections . 
Answered by: Tgroves526
Date published: 2024-01-18

Which Linksys devices support 802.1x?

Asked by: KeyboardWizard
Hi, KeyboardWizard. We're interested in understanding the type of device you're seeking. Feel free to reach out to us via email at LinksysCares@linksys.com, and we'll gladly provide personalized recommendations for you.
Answered by: Linksys
Date published: 2023-11-13

I would like the Max6E to work as simple access points. It would connected to the home network using cables and do not require wifi-to-wifi mesh capabilities. I've read that it supports traditional bridging so I'm assuming this can be done?

Asked by: hansangb
Please note that only the parent router will get connected to the Internet port. The child router LAN port should connect to the parent router LAN port. Do not use the child router Internet port.
Answered by: dantesan
Date published: 2023-10-21

Can an MR7500 Router be the parent to these?

Asked by: rmclipper
MR7500 is WiFi6E, too. It is good to use it as parent and the MX-8503 as nodes for aesthetics.
Answered by: dantesan
Date published: 2023-10-21

what ghz is the guest network? i assume its the 5 or 6? i purchased this because my old router was 5ghz except guest network only ran at 2.4ghz which is virtually useless if you got newer devices, i hope this corrects that issue.

Asked by: bikeman5
It depends on your device. If it is WiFi 6E-capable, it will connect to the 6Ghz band.
Answered by: dantesan
Date published: 2023-10-20

when will the Atlas Max 6e come back in stock? do you have end of sale date? and what will be replacing it?

Asked by: FadyK
Hello, FadyK. We currently do not have an estimated time of availability. Therefore, we recommend that you regularly check our website for any forthcoming updates.
Answered by: Linksys
Date published: 2023-09-06

Can a MR7500 Router be the parent to MX8503?

Asked by: rmclipper
Yes, rmclipper. These two routers are compatible with each other.
Answered by: Linksys
Date published: 2023-08-26

does this have a dedicated IOT network

Asked by: Patrick7765
It has the ability to set up a second “guest” network with a separate password, but it shares the same uplink, obviously.
Answered by: laurie
Date published: 2023-06-08
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*System indicating a multi-unit pack with no additional product purchases or firmware upgrades necessary to create a mesh network.

**Performance may vary. Customer-paid internet service required. For more information, please refer to the insert inside the package, or the product data sheet found at: Linksys.com/velop/documentation.

***As compared to WiFi 5 2x2 dual-band router up to 80MHz.

†4x more channels on 6GHz band as compared to dual-band router on 2.4 & 5 GHz bands excluding DFS channels, determined using 20MHz channels as a reference.

‡Wired speed up to 5Gbps requires multi-gigabit ISP speed up to or greater than 5Gbps.