Airi blankets your home or office in an ultra-performing, intelligent mesh Wi-Fi solution, creating multiple hotspots throughout your space. With Airi, all your wireless devices receive stronger signals, allowing seamless, simultaneous connections to the internet via your Wi-Fi network.
Wi-Fi where you need it, with the devices you love.
Wipe out dead zones:
Expanded high-performance wireless coverage throughout your space.
Stream and surf:
Maximize your internet strength with wireless freedom.
Take the fast lane:
Seamlessly connect all your Wi-Fi devices to the fastest path to the internet.
Watch without limits:
Enjoy video streaming on mobile devices simultaneously without buffering.
Blanket your home
The Airi Dual Pack covers a typical 2,400 square-foot home or office. Install additional devices as needed to deliver total wireless coverage throughout your space. Approximately one device per every 1000 square feet is recommended.
Maintain bandwidth and higher capacity data streams on multiple devices simultaneously throughout your space.
Frequently Asked Questions
Traditional range extenders are designed to help expand the reach of your wireless network, which in turn reduces speed and impacts performance levels. Smart mesh technology transmits its signal at full power, resulting in better, more reliable Wi-Fi coverage for all your wireless devices, even when used simultaneously. The Dual Pack is the ideal solution to help wipe out dead zones and to support streaming video without content limitations.
Yes. The Smart Mesh Wi-Fi Network device plugs into your gateway or router and transmits the wireless signal to other areas throughout your home or office and is viewed by your device as a single network.
Two Airi Smart Mesh Wi-Fi devices are needed to create the mesh network which helps solve two of the biggest issues: dreaded dead zones and video buffering.
The first device will be connected to your router via the included Ethernet cable. You can also use both Ethernet connections on the second unit to use with a set-top box, computer, printer or even a game console placed in another area away from your home or office.
The Airi device works on either 2.4 GHz and 5 GHz. There are several channels on each band and Airi automatically determines the best path to support each of your wireless devices at the fullest signal.
802.11ac is the latest wireless networking standard adopted by most current Wi-Fi devices. When used with newer devices that also support 802.11ac, wireless speeds may be 3x faster.
While we recommend the Dual Pack, a total max of four Airi Smart Mesh Wi-Fi devices can be setup on the same network. Single Pack add-ons are available at 888-620-3663.
When installing additional devices, ensure that the unit is able to make a reliable connection by following the connection instructions and observing the indicators on the device. Avoid placing your Airi near metal appliances or other large electronics. (see question on range limitations)
1,000 square feet per device is recommended, although house structures can impact this rule.
How a home or office is built plays a major role in Wi-Fi signal strength. Besides wall structures, interference can come from metal appliances (like refrigerators, etc.).
An offline connection can be caused by many things. Here are a few simple steps to follow to try to resolve this problem:
1. Turn everything off and back on again and make sure all devices power up fully, then wait a minute or two.
2. Make sure the wireless on the device you’re trying to connect is turned on and that it isn’t in Airplane mode.
3. Make sure you aren’t too far away. Try moving closer, even to the same room as one of the Airi devices and check again.
If the above steps don’t restore your wireless connection, contact Frontier Technical Support 24/7 at 888-620-3663.
Technical support is available 24/7 at 888-620-3663.
Call us at 888-620-3663 to discuss return options.
Once you have installed the first Airi device into your router (or gateway), you can place additional devices in other rooms (even other levels) where you want additional Wi-Fi coverage.