I'm using my Nest Router and Access Points successfully in creating a mesh network, but am unable to add the three Google Wifi (Gen 1s) Router / Access Points onto this network. Factory Resetting doesn't seem to have an effect, Device Manager / Google Home don't recognize them either.
I did have one Gen 1 that indeed did show up as a found device, and go to the point where I could add it to the network, but the process didn't complete and I lost progress. Not sure what I did that time differently.
Any ideas about the Generation Gap?
Please check in your phone settings under Wifi if the setup SSID for that point is broadcasting, if not since you reset it already I do suggest reaching customer support since it could be a device issue.
I had a similar issue. I had to delete the old network, in the Google Home App fist, then add all the nodes back in one at a time. In the Mesh test only the NEW AP show and the old AP show in the "List" option in the App.
Hope this helps.
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Thank you @EdwardT and @Jeff - removing the Home network and manually re-adding each device solved the problem. The Google Wifi points showed up after a clean network creation. Glad I did this before adding too many more devices+routines to the network, as it could have been very difficult later on.
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The mesh test measures how strong of a connection each WiFi point on the network is receiving. If your points are spaced too far from one another, you might see a weak connection. Both Google WiFi and Nest WiFi points support the mesh testing. The test is performed through the Google Home app, and it's always a good idea to run the test any time you see performance issues. This article will explain a bit more for you: https://bit.ly/32B2jUe
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