I have a mesh point on each floor of my house and at times, my 2nd floor
device connects to the basement mesh system which slows it all down. In
the google home settings, I can see that it's connecting to the basement
point but I can't request/ask th...
i am trying to setup the router i am getting error "Something went
wrong" "Looks like we lost contact with your Wifi point, Please ensure
that WI-Fi and Bluetooth are still enabled, and try setup again"Any
Idea? Was working for like a year and just d...
I looked for a replacement for my TP-Link AX73 because it would keep
only half of my 40+ wifi devices actively accessible. It became
impossible to add new devices. Google Nest Wifi looked to be a viable
alternative, but I have spent several days tryi...
Can't connect Fire Stick with Google Wi FI mesh point even though the
mesh point is in the adjacent room on the same level. Also, I think the
fire stick may not be seeing the 2.4 band which it requires....
My Nest Router is continuously dropping the signal. My Sony Android TV
is hardwired to the network, but continuously informs me that it is
connected, disconnected, connected, disconnected... I've checked
everything with the ISP including having a doc...
OSX apps and Apple ID and Services Connectivity not working through Nest
Wifi. When I bypass to straight to Xfinity modem no issue. When on Nest
Wifi Apple Music, Stocks, Widgets, Weather and more stop functioning or
operate so slowly they timeout.
Hello, Apologies if this has been asked before, but I would like to
understand how it might be possible to improve my mesh network. I have
recently realised that what I thought were telephone sockets are
actually LAN sockets with cabling running to v...
I just upgraded a 5-point OnHub / Gen 1 Google WiFi system with a
5-router Nest WiFi system. All other system components mentioned in this
post remained the same between the two systems.My gigabit fiber
connection comes into my home via an ONT. The O...
Hello - I have two Nest routers and would like to connect them via
Ethernet cable. Can I connect directly from the secondary router to the
primary? If so, does the Ethernet cable go like this: Primary Router
(LAN port) => Secondary Router (LAN port)?...
Same problem as in this closed, unresolved thread:
I open the Home App on iOS to add my wifi point. When I go to add