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Amazon eero mesh wifi router/extender
Recommended Retail Price (RRP)The RRP displayed is the most recent manufacturer’s recommended retail price made available to Amazon AU.
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- Fast standalone router – The eero mesh wifi router brings up to 140 sq.m of fast, reliable wifi to your home.
- Easily expand your system – With cross-compatible hardware, you can add eero products as your needs change.
- Works with your internet service provider – eero connects to your modem to bring your existing internet connection to every corner of your home.
- Set up in minutes – The eero app walks you through setup and allows you to manage and control your network from anywhere.
- Don’t let wifi slow you down – Get the most from your wifi by streaming, gaming, and working from anywhere in your home.
- Gets better over time – Automatic updates keep your network safe and secure.
- TrueMesh technology – eero intelligently routes traffic to avoid congestion, buffering, and dropoffs.
Say goodbye to dead spots and buffering
eero seamlessly connects your entire home with reliable wifi. Finally, you can stream, surf, and game from anywhere.
Introducing support for Apple HomeKit-enabled routers
With Apple HomeKit, eero gives you even more protection of your HomeKit accessories and an easy way to manage what they are allowed to communicate with in your home and through the internet.
Convenience and control
From the eero app, you can see what's happening on your network, check device usage, share your network with friends, or even pause the internet.
eero is always getting better
eero automatically updates to bring you security patches, improved performance and new features.
Wifi that adapts to you
eero's TrueMesh technology intelligently routes traffic to avoid congestion, buffering and loss of connection. Play, stream and scroll in every room.
Compare eero systems
|Price||From: $89.00||From: $233.00|
|Wifi coverage||Best for homes up to 140 sq.m||Best for homes up to 460 sq.m|
|Wireless network speed||Best for internet speeds up to 550 Mbps||Best for internet speeds up to 350 Mbps|
|Wifi connectivity||Dual-band 2.4 GHz and 5 GHz||Dual-band 2.4 GHz and 5 GHz|
|Ethernet ports||2 Ethernet ports||6 Ethernet ports|
1-pack: best for homes up to 140 sq.m
Router (connects to modem as primary router)
Wireless network speed
1-pack: best for internet speeds up to 550 Mbps
Dual-band wifi radios, simultaneous 2.4 GHz and 5 GHz, 2x2 MU-MIMO, beamforming, IEEE 802.11a/b/g/n/ac
2 auto-sensing Gigabit ports for WAN and/or LAN connectivity
Smart home connectivity
Amazon wifi setup, Apple HomeKit, Bluetooth LE 5.0
Processor, memory and storage
700 MHz quad-core processor, 512MB RAM, 4GB flash storage
Security and network services
WPA2 encryption, Family Profiles, DHCP, IPV6, NAT, VPN Passthrough, UPnP, Static IP and Port Forwarding
Required for setup
Supported iOS or Android device, Internet service (with cable or DSL modem, if required). Learn more about setup.
Operating: 0˚C-35˚C, Storage: -25˚C-60˚C, Relative humidity operating: 20%-90% non-condensing, Operating altitude: <3000 m
98 mm x 98 mm x 60 mm
Warranty and Support
Included in the Box
1-pack: 1 eero, 1 power adaptor, 1 Ethernet cable
Compare eero products
|Price||From: $233.00||From: $299.00|
|System configuration||3 routers/extenders||1 router, 2 extenders|
|Wifi coverage area||Best for homes up to 460 sq.m||Best for homes up to 460 sq.m|
|Wifi standard||Wi-Fi 5 (IEEE802.11a/b/g/n/ac)||Wi-Fi 6 (IEEE802.11a/b/g/n/ac/ax)|
|Wireless network speed||Best for internet speeds up to 350 Mbps||Best for internet speeds up to 500 Mbps|
|Wifi connectivity||Dual-band 2.4 GHz and 5 GHz||Dual-band 2.4 GHz and 5 GHz|
|Ethernet ports||6 Ethernet ports||2 Ethernet ports on eero 6 router only|
|Bluetooth||Bluetooth Low Energy 4.1||Bluetooth Low Energy 5.0|
|Zigbee Smart Home Hub|
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Highly recommended to increase your current wireless coverage and eliminate dead spots.
Let me start with those of you, that have a simple home network, but want wifi coverage throughout your home and property. This product will probably do this for you with minimal setup and time. The App will guide you through the process and within maybe 30 minutes you will be up and running, and your 'experience' will be a good one.
For those of you that have a larger home setup (nearly 100 IP connections), and have multiple wired connections with fixed IP addresses, and you want to communicate between these fixed IP connections and wireless ones, then I suggest you grab a coffee and listen up.
This system is a nightmare, lets start with what you don't get:
1) A manual. The box has 3 simple steps. Unfortunately that doesn't cut it for a proper network. The website only has FAQ's, and those are designed for the most basic questions. There are no diagrams, no instructions, no nothing
2) The website also only shows the Version 1 of this product, and any phone support is in the USA.
When you install it, it will assign a whole new IP range to the wireless connections that is different to your fixed addresses, so communication between the two is not possible. the App does give you options, they are:
1) Change the modem to a manual address in the app..... It doesn't work
2) Change your existing router/modem to be 'bridge'.... this didn't work. Note I have a Telstra NBN connection and the router does have a bridge mode, but did not work with the Eero even when wired correctly
Over the course of 3 days, I would have reset and tried at least 20 times, with every possible combination of wiring and settings to get nowhere. Please also note I am not a novice, and have reasonable network knowledge.
In the end I did what website doesn't recommend and put the Eero into 'bridge mode' itself. Only then did it work correctly and reliably. Basically this means the Eero's simply pass through any wireless traffic to your existing router, and it handles the IP assignment, and leaves the Eero 'dumb' as opposed to the 'smartness' it should be!
For anyone with my issue, this will save you hours of frustration, when in bridge mode, the following happened:
1) Each Eero indicated correctly if it was wireless or hardwired
2) The network became reliable and the connection speed were excellent
3) My property is approx 1100 square metres, and I have one unit downstairs, one upstairs, and one outside. I now can get full signal anywhere on my property, the range is fantastic
4) With the App you can see what is connected to each Eero, as well as the signal strength, and you can also name each connection, so it is easy to identify every connected devices on your network (including hardwired devices, even if not connected through the Eero)
To start, you are required to setup an account, to me that is more or a security issue than a benefit, but it does allow you to operate the App away from home and see your connected devices.
Sorry for the long post, but I really hated the lack of information, to make installation easier on a complex network. It has now been installed for 2 days and is working faultlessly. I also have some old iPads, that seem to have a new life, as their connection speed has improved considerably.
Others things I would have expected:
1) Although each Eero and all connected devices show a signal strength (like your phone signal strength), I would have expected to see a much better display of the connection between Eeros, and show how each Eero is connected to each other (to help better placement and range)
2) A web browser connection to program. Unfortunately everything has to be done with the App.
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So far well pleased with my eero purchase.
Most of the advanced smart router features require you use your ISP modem in bridge mode and let the Eero act as a router, but at least in my case with an Archer V1600v for TPG FTTB, this did not work at all. Instructions state you should start the setup process with your ISP device as a router, get things configured, then change it to bridge mode, but this just resulted in everything going offline. And when the router detects it’s offline, it takes a long time to come back - and the app appears to use your internet connection to configure the router via the cloud, so for me this resulted in endless hard resets, app resets and starting everything from scratch.
Should also note that some of the more interesting features that led me to preorder this aren’t actually available in Australia at all.
In the end after several hours of pain, I gave up and am returning this, and will probably go for a Ubiquiti hotspot instead.
I have a crappy Optus NBN router/modem and really just wanted to boost my wifi signal(was only getting reliable wifi in front half of house).
I simply used Optus web admin console to turn off wifi, then plugged in 1st unit to Optus router/modem via ethernet and rebooted. Then plugged in No2 and No3 at various points in the house. The system very quickly picked up all units and created mesh network.
Eero provides a very good app to watch what is happening on your network .
I have a single story 4 bedroom house. The wifi is now good from front fence to back fence, so am 100% happy with wifi signal.
We have many internet devices and stream most media, there has been no issues getting our full bandwidth to any device needing it. I used the option to proactively push to the 5ghz signal (when device can use), which is now very strong throughout the house.
I have trialled another unit that seemed to have a stronger signal, but was not as reliable or easy to install and manage, would not hesitate to recommend for someone looking for easy to use, set and forget mesh wifi.