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Verizon VRE3000

Manuf/OEM/ODM U-MEDIA

FCC approval date: 14 August 2018
Country of manuf.: Taiwan
Series: AC3000

Type: range extender

FCC ID: SI5VRE3000
PCB ID: 0500-2540921000

Power: 12 VDC, 2 A
Connector type: barrel

CPU1: MediaTek MT7621AT (880 MHz, 2 cores)
FLA1: ? MiB (Brand? Model?)
RAM1: ? MiB (Brand? Model?)

Expansion IFs: none specified

WI1 chip1: MediaTek MT7615DN
WI1 802dot11 protocols: abgn+ac
WI1 MIMO config: 2x2:2
WI1 antenna connector: U.FL
WI2 chip1: MediaTek MT7615N
WI2 802dot11 protocols: an+ac
WI2 MIMO config: 4x4:4
WI2 antenna connector: U.FL

ETH chip1: MediaTek MT7621AT
Switch: MediaTek MT7621AT
LAN speed: 10/100/1000
LAN ports: 2

abgn+ac

Flags: Wave2, MU-MIMO, 256QAM, 802.11k

Default SSID: Verizon Extender Setup - XXXX
Default IP address: 192.168.0.250
the IP 192.168.0.250 is used by 1 additional devices
of which 0 are Verizon devices

802dot11 OUI: none specified
Ethernet OUI: 00:11:E0 (2 E, 5 W, 2008)

 FCC ID
CC&C WA9555SI5VRE3000
For a list of all currently documented MediaTek chipsets with specifications, see MediaTek.


1733 Mbps - 4SS 5GHz 802.11ac (80MHz chan.) backhaul
867 Mbps - 2SS 5GHz 802.11ac (80MHz chan.)
400 Mbps - 2SS 2.4GHz 802.11n (40MHz chan., 256QAM) = AC3000 class

Verizon 5G Home Wi-Fi Extender

See also: Linksys RE9000

"0500-2540921000" is silkscreened on the board in the FCC photos.

CPU and WI1/WI2 chip IDs are not legible in the FCC photos. The components and design strongly resemble the Linksys RE9000 which is also from U-MEDIA. Chips are assumed to be the same.

The user manual claims that DFS support will come in the future.

Wi-Fi Certified (alt.) (as of 07/24/2018)