Technically, the second port on the unit can be used to wire one more
device. They are bridged together on secondary units like this. But,
they are bridged in software, so all of the traffic from the second unit
will be copied between the ports using...
Hello @johncmirwin WiFi regulations vary from region to region. Even
though the hardware may be identical, when it is sold in a particular
region, it is configured from the factory to follow the regulatory
requirements for the region it is being sold...
Hello @JSWinNY The wireless mesh protocol (802.11s) does not run over
Ethernet. So, when a secondary is connected back to the primary through
a wired Ethernet network, it has to essentially withdraw from the mesh
network. So, it cannot act as a "base...
As long as what you buy is labeled as a "Nest WiFi Router" and is
manufactured for the region you live in (and your existing system was
also manufactured for that region), it should work. Even a Google WiFi
unit would work. What will not work would b...