Suggestion: Buy a 2.5gbps unmanaged switch, put it behind the primary
Nest Wifi router, connect all your 2.5gbps stash to it so that they may
communicate with each other over 2.5gbps. Like Qnap QSW-1105-5T.
A NAT router should not respond to ping from WAN. So your results mean
that it's working as intended. What it means is, things hooked to your
ISP router should not be able to talk with stuff hooked up behind the
Nest Wifi primary router (or any of th...
Sounds like you haven't bridged your modem, and that you have bridged
your Google Wifi device.
https://support.google.com/wifi/answer/6240987?hl=en What you should do
for the best experience, is to make sure your modem does not NAT and
DHCP (you shou...
This behavior is likely due to the built in QoS functionality. It's not
documented or confirmed anywhere, that I've seen at least, but it's
likely the cause or related I'd think. You could try to disable
prioritized activities from Google Home -> Wif...