Hi - I daisy chained two Google wifi routers. One in the living room connects to the modem and the 2nd in the basement on the other end of the home below my office and 50 ft apart.
I am facing a weird issue - my laptop connects to the internet wifi everywhere in the house except my office. Every time I try working from the office - my laptop gives an error that "Wi-fi" does not have valid configuration; however the moment I walk back to my living room it connects to the same wifi without any issues.
Not sure why this is happening - it's driven me crazy over the past 2 days.
How have you connected up everything? From the modem to the 2nd point, switches, kind of cables.
What does the Google Home app say about the 2nd point, is it online in the Google Home app?
What happens if you connect a laptop to the 2nd point LAN port by ethernet cable, does it get internet?
Hi - I have connected the Arris modem (this is a router/modem combo) to the primary Google Wifi router (Let's call it Router 1), then from Wifi 1 to Wifi 2 in the basement using an ethernet cable. I have a 3rd Google Wifi 3 on the 2nd floor.
I have not tested connecting an ethernet cable to Wifi 2 in the basement - but my iphone speed test shows 300+ MBPS.
On the laptop - the wifi connects for a little bit then disconnects - this happens every 2 min - making it pretty useless. What baffles me is why does that happen to the laptop only in the office room; i walk out to the living room and it's all good.
Google Homeapp after doing a Mesh test says Great connection to both Wifi2 and 3.
I have a Wifi 4 also - but have disconnected that for now.
Hmm, that sounds very strange indeed. Especially since other wireless equipment works with it.
Logs from Nest Wifi is hard to get for us end users, but maybe logs from the laptop could help here.
It's also worth checking if you got the latest drivers for the network card.