I have problems connecting my 2-puck wired ethernet devices to WiFi
devices on Google WiFi Mesh. Following advice on this forum I decided to
change my GWFM router to bridge mode. But when I drill down through the
menus to Network Mode I find the mess...
I bought a Gen 2 Google WiFi mesh set to replace my basic Plusnet
broadband router wifi. I have visited each of my dozen Wifi-enabled
devices and converted them to the Google WiFi network. The phones,
Chromecast, tabs etc all work well. The Google Ne...
I have installed a Google WiFi mesh system. Works very well with my
Chromebook, Pixel phone.However, when I try to cast from W10 Google
Chrome browser to a Google Nest Audio, the cast searches for devices and
then reports no devices found. The deskto...
Jeff, I really appreciate your taking an interest. I have now tried
eleven configurations !!! Since I have about 18 Wi-Fi devices, some of
which require reprogramming at each change, and each change requires
long-term testing, so the effort is consid...
Michael, that's a lot to think about. Going back to mesh mode would
bring up all the problems I had when I first installed the Google WiFi
Mesh. Will get back when I have time to experiment. I am getting very
confused now having tried many configurat...
Thank you Michael.Unfortunately my ISP's modem/router cannot be put in
bridge mode so its Google WiFi in bridge mode or nothing.Having put the
GWF puck into bridge mode and ethernet wired it into the adjacent ISP
modem/router, I find that I really do...
Olavrb, thanks for that. I was hoping to just switch on my spare puck as
a simple access point and take the ethernet feeds that I need off of
that. But I think you are saying that in Google Home, if I add another
puck then one puck will need to be se...