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  #2478236 6-May-2020 21:57
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Only if those units are in bridge mode. 

 

If you are in Mesh mode, you can connect remote units using Wifi or ethernet. Using ethernet as backhaul will give significant performance improvements and also allows remote units to work where there is no direct wifi coverage from the primary unit. 





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  #2478250 6-May-2020 22:07
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If you want to stick with Google Wifi, something like this will be best: 

 

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  #2478425 7-May-2020 08:43
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When you had data outlets around the house opting for a mesh based solution was the wrong approach - you would always have a vastly superior WiFi network utilising cabled AP's

 

You could deploy cabled AP's for less than the cost of what Google WiFi costs.

 

 


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  #2478514 7-May-2020 11:11
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Tell me it's not really a hub; if it is, I'd ditch that as the first step




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  #2478623 7-May-2020 14:25
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cokemaster:

 

If you want to stick with Google Wifi, something like this will be best: 

 

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Awesome thanks my ISP has offered to put their router in to bridge mode so this looks like the config I'll go with.




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I particularly like the old apple printer - reminds me of an Epson FX-80 I once had!


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