Hello!I have two Google WiFi Routers...one main connected to my main
router from AT&T in my main house. The other Google WiFi out in a
backyard shed connected with Cat5 we buried keeping that high-speed
fiber connection out in the shed instead of cre...
Disclaimer: This is not intended for casual users, but could potentially
be helpful for power users seeking to (semi-)bypass Google Wifi's DHCP
service (since it cannot be disabled).Hi! I've recently been able to
"bypass" Google Wifi DHCP in an unort...
Once the google point has been installed successfully...Must it remain
plugged into the modem? If moved to another area of home will it be
necessary to not only have it plugged into a standard outlet but also a
phone jack outlet?
We have a steel-frame home that is about 4000 square feet.We use Google
Wi Fi system and have six pucks. However, because of the steel studs,
coverage is still spotty.I am considering the addition of three more
pucks.Is there a maximum limit to the n...
Hello,I have a house of nearly 200 m2 but with very thick walls: Google
Wifi is struggling to be effective despite a 5-point network.I plan to
wire part of the house to Ethernet (RJ45) thanks to the arrival of
optical fiber.My question is: is there a...
Hi, I'm after some help, I've been testing different router systems of
late, I haven't used my original Google WiFi for a while as it wouldn't
allow me to use IPV6. During my testing I tried the system along with
the new Nest one and to me delight th...