First of all, my printer works fine. This is more of a curiosity. I have
the printer set to always request the same IP of 192.168.86.119. I also
have my Nest Wifi set to DHCP reservation for that mac address of the
printer to assign 192.168.86.119.Ho...
This started happening about 6 months ago. Every few days some devices
in my home can no longer connect to the internet. I've figured out it's
the ones that are using the Google Nest Access Point. If I just reboot
that Access Point everything is fine...
I have a lot of Google home speakers in my house. Does anyone know a way
to turn off some of those speakers from playing the doorbell chime or
announcements? I don't need the doorbell to ring in my children's rooms.
However, I still want to be able t...
Well, the access point went back to a week connection today so I just
restarted the whole network and then everything was fine within a minute
or two. But it seems less rare that this pops up now but still a bummer.
I just checked the mesh network a ...
That makes sense... the reason I turned on the static IP at printer was
because if I restarted the network it was creating it's own IP not even
in my network... like, if it couldn't talk to DHCP server it'd just do
it's own thing and it wouldn't go a...
Ok, sorry, but it's happening again. The only difference now is that
when the mesh goes from great to good and then weak and then starts to
disconnect, I could usually just restart the access point. However, now,
that doesn't matter. I have to reset ...