My Nest Max, my android cell phone, my Google Home App, and my Philips Hue Bridge are ALL on the same 2.4G wi-fi network and the Philips Hue Bridge and lights are working without any issues.
What is the problem and how do I fix it (and thanks in advance for no chewing gum and duct tape quick fixes).
Also, There are sources on the internet that say my Nest Max has a temperature sensor inside it and can display the ambient room temperature and humidity of the room that the Nest is in. They say I have to turn on ambient mode for the Nest. I cannot find that mode where they say it is located. Are they failing to mention that I first have to connect a Nest Thermostat to my network?
Thanks community for any help.
Sorry for the delayed reply. Do you mind me asking if your phone is connected to either the 2.4 or 5Ghz? I did also find an article with a little more details on what you may be running into. Please let me know if that helps, or if you have any questions from here.
Hi Jake and thanks for the follow-up. Yes, I am still experiencing the same issue as described in the original message. The only thing I might have left out was that my Comcast Xfinity router is configured with 2 separate channels (2.4Ghz and 5Ghz with different names), but that has never mattered to other devices which only connect on 2.4Ghz which is where the Hue lights and the Nest Max are both connected to. I just cannot connect my Hue to my Nest Max so that I can control the lighting from the Nest.