The Google Home app also lists connected devices (MAC and IP), and you can go to each puck and see what IP they have.
An additional "firewall product" connected behind the primary Nest Wifi makes little sense, sounds redundant.
You can try to nslookup and ping those IP addresses to see if they respond and what they are?
I just wanted to jump in real fast to see if you saw olavrb's reply and to see if you still needed some help on this or if you were able to get it sorted out. If you are still needing some help, just let us know and we'll be happy to continue helping.
Thanks for checking Jeff! I'm actually not looking for the connected devices, I'm looking for the number of IP addresses a single Google WIFI puck creates, e.g. does the 2.4GHz band have a separate IP address as the 5.0GHz band and if so, how would I be able to see?
Reason I'm asking is that on top of the IP address I can see in the GH app for each WIFI puck, I see additional IP addresses for "Google WIFI devices" in my network that I'm not able to relate back to any puck.
The points should have a single IP address. Here's how you can check them, however.
For 2.4GHz and 5GHz, the IP address will be the same.
It looks like we've slowed down here again. We'll be closing up the thread unless anyone else has any input or needs anything else. If so, just let me know and we can keep this open a bit longer.