I am getting the "Something went wrong..." message when setting up my Nest wifi router. I have gone through all of the suggested troubleshooting and it still will not set up the wifi.
The odd part is the router is still working with the CAT5e connections. I have LAN connected to a small unmanaged switch and all the devices connected are online and working correctly.
The device was working correctly for a few years. I had to factory reset the Modem and router after the rogers outage debacle last weekend, and haven't been able to get it going since.
Modem is a Hitron CGNM-3550 connecting to Teksavvy (rogers cable internet reseller) if it gives any insight
I have tried unsuccessfully. Unfortunately I had to walk away from the issue for a bit. Hope to dig back into it tonight. I plan on completely deleting all devices and setups from my Google home setup and start fresh with a new 'home' and setup the router first to see if the issue is related to a device being deleted and re-added to the same 'home'.
fully clean start and no luck. I then dug up an old asus router and tested it with the modem and it works perfectly.
Looks like my nest wifi needs replacing. 😡
Unless anyone else has any other ideas? Really would like them to have a more traditional web interface for the setup of these devices. Connect with a hardline to a specific IP and be able to get better diagnostic information about what exactly the problem is instead of the daft "There was a problem" (well no s*** sherlock)
the point of the setup is when it starts to create the wifi network. It tells me the 'cute' messages of 'almost done' 'not much longer' etc. Then tells me something went wrong .
I am using an android phone (Samsung s20 fe).
I picked up another nest router and followed the same steps with the same phone, same modem and everything worked as expected.
So whatever happened with the Roger's outage, it took my router out.
Thanks everyone for the help and suggestions!