I recently moved into a larger apartment. Based on the size and structure of the apartment, there is a weak connection between three points when connected via WiFi. The setup I'm trying to achieve is:
ISP Equipment -> Google WiFi (Primary) -> Switch -> MoCCA -> Switch -> Google WiFi
The primary WiFi point is in the kitchen which is Verizon's entry point. The other two Google WiFi points are at the far ends of the apartment behind the MoCCA boxes. I am able to connect one of the secondary points to the switch without issue but when I try to connect the third one it brings down the network. Once you connect the ethernet cable you can see the network switches across the apartment are constantly flashing and all devices lose network access. Unplugging the point fixes the overall network. I've tried plugging it into both the WAN and LAN ports as well as resetting the point as well as all three points but the results are the same.
Anny suggestions on how to fix this would be great. Thanks!
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