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Wish the satellites had ports like the original. Considering the Netgear MK63 for $358 (https://www.ebay.com.au/itm/Netgear-Nighthawk-Mesh-WiFi-6-Sy...); anyone had any experience? Will be upgrading from the original Google WiFi which have suffered damage due to lightning.
damnnn did all yours get damaged during lightning?
Maybe you can attach one of the OG satellites where u need the port to this set up?
2 of em have been hit (separate storms).
The first one blew only the incoming port (so had to reset and use one of the satellites as the new main); but then last week another storm took that one out (actually took both ports out). So now only have 1 fully working left. The other 2, wifi seems to work (1 of em seems to cut in and out a bit i've noticed though).
If you want a wired backhaul, I believe you can achieve that by buying additional routers instead of points / wiring them together. The extra routers will act like points.
This is what I'm planning on doing to replace my crappy old Aimesh (Asus) setup. Expensive, but I don't want the cat6 I ran to go to waste.
I'm pretty sure multiple Nest routers can also mesh wirelessly (again, behaving like points), but providing a port to hardwire devices.
This is 100% right.
Just got one. Been looking to grab one for a long time now. Thank you so much OB!
You're welcome :)
Finally pulled the trigger, thanks ;)
High 5 * Same!
Is this any good with FTTP connections?
Nest Wi-Fi is a good option for FTTP.
Quad core 1.4Ghz CPU.
1GB of RAM.
Maximum of around 920Mbps Ethernet.
Up to around 650Mbps Wi-Fi.
Hi guys, i have this already but want to add extra WiFi points to my network. Is there a 3 pack just for WiFi points? I don't need the router.
Does the router double up as a WiFi point as well?
See my earlier response - you can use the router as a point.