Hello @kclarke Performance is always challenging to predict. From an
Ethernet-only perspective, the primary Google WiFi unit (the one that's
connected via Ethernet to your internet service) should be able to
provide well above 900Mbps over Ethernet t...
Stone and concrete or plaster are going to be significant challenges for
WiFi in general, but even more challenging for mesh-based solutions,
since they usually use 5GHz for the mesh interconnect. Running Ethernet
will be painful, though you may be a...
Hello @DaniZ Nest WiFi is supported in these regions: Australia, Canada,
France, Germany, Japan, Singapore, United Kingdom, United States (except
Puerto Rico). It may or may not work properly in Costa Rica, but if you
run into issues, Google support ...
Hello @SteveKBiot The Nest WiFi Router unit does have a better WiFi
radio, but it's not going to increase range substantially under this
scenario. It supports 4 streams instead of only two, but your existing
Google WiFi units only support two streams...
Hello @Nick6 For most well-engineered devices, yes – I have plenty of
things on my network that only support 2.4GHz and I had no trouble
getting them added whatsoever. Where some people have run into trouble
is with some less-than-well-engineered dev...