Tech Specs & Capabilities

  • SuperPod Wi-Fi Interfaces Triple band, simultaneously operating 2.4GHz and 5GHz 2x2 MIMO and 5GHz 4x4 MU-MIMO 802.11b/g/n/ac radios Operating bandwidths of 20/40MHz for 2.4GHz radio and 20/40/80MHz for 5GHz radios AC3000 Gigabit Wi-Fi (400 + 867 + 1734 Mbps) Wireless Onboarding Interface Blu...

  • Both Superpods with WiFi 6 (SuperPods AX) and original SuperPods work seamlessly together to extend Wi-Fi coverage throughout your home. Having multiple SuperPods is ideal for homes larger than 1000 square feet.   Wi-Fi capabilities The original SuperPod features tri-band 802.11ac Wi-Fi connectiv...

  • PowerPod Wi-Fi Interfaces Dual band, simultaneously operating 2.4GHz 2x2 and 5GHz 4x4 MIMO 802.11b/g/n/ac radios Operating bandwidths of 20/40MHz for 2.4GHz and 20/40/80MHz for 5GHz AC2100 Gigabit Wi-Fi (300 + 1733 Mbps) Wireless On-boarding InterfaceBluetooth® Smart Ready Wi-Fi Channels 1 to ...

  • The SuperPod features two Ethernet ports and tri-band connectivity, whereas the PowerPod includes one Ethernet port and dual band speeds. PowerPods and SuperPods work seamlessly together to extend Wi-Fi coverage throughout your home. Additionally, SuperPods should be used as a gateway pod (Ethern...

  • PowerPods have dual-band 802.11b/g/n/ac Wi-Fi radios. We have seen single device Wi-Fi speeds of up to 350 Mbps for devices connected to PowerPods in ideal lab situations.  The SuperPod is tri-band, adding an additional 5GHz 4x4 MIMO Wi-Fi radio to increase speeds and coverage throughout the home...

  • It's difficult to provide you with exact numbers because of all the variables and configurations inside a home. While every home is unique, you can place SuperPods in every other room in your home. It has a range of 30-40 feet through walls and 60-80 feet apart for large open spaces. Typically a...

  • Yes. Plume supports IPv6, although the implementation depends on the current Networking Mode of your Plume network. Bridge mode - Plume passes through all IPv6 traffic and configuration between your Wi-Fi devices and your router. Router mode - If your ISP provides your Plume network with IPv6 add...

  • Plume does not support Power over Ethernet (PoE). You will not be able to run PoE devices wired to Plume, they will require a separate power supply. We have designed our pods with this in mind in order to maintain their compact design, after all, we like to be stylish.All Plume pods must be plugg...

  • If you use a VPN for work or school, Plume has VPN passthrough support, allowing any devices running a VPN client to connect through a VPN service. If you want all of your network devices to go through a VPN service, you can connect your Plume pods in bridge mode to a separate router with built-i...

  • WPS was a common method of adding a device with a limited user interface (printers, IoT devices) to a wireless network.Plume does not currently support enabling WPS in the app, as it was discovered to be a less secure connection method for Wi-Fi networks. Here are your options for these devices: ...

  • Yes! SuperPods work together with PowerPods and the original Pods to distribute Wi-Fi across your entire home!  If you have both SuperPods and PowerPods, make sure the higher performance SuperPod is connected to your modem/router to ensure you have strong core network.

  • The LED on each Pod is used as an indicator of various hardware and software states. Below is a list of various scenarios in which your LED can help you understand what is going on. The next charts show the different patterns or color the POD LED could have and its meaning.   Event LED State P...

  • All Plume pods can be identified by a unique serial ID number, which can be found in two ways:   Through the HomePass App Open the HomePass app Tap on any pod                                                                                                                                        T...