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Works fine on HFC aka.cable. Just installed this weekend.
Corey
· 28 June 2020
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Depends on what NBN connectivity you have. FTTC/FTTB will work with nothing else needed. FTTN will require a modem to connect to the internet. This will generally disable HomeKit integration.
Luke Graham
· 16 October 2020
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It has an Australian power supply
Neuro Tyro
· 10 September 2020
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Chat to Amazon through the contact us section and ask them to have it replacement under warranty.
Matt A
· 13 October 2020
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You have to pay a monthly subscription for the parental controls. My very rudimentary approach is that I create accounts for each person in the house and associate their devices to that and block all of their devices at bedtime for example. E.g. I can block one kid whilst leaving the other one online doing homework. Th… see more You have to pay a monthly subscription for the parental controls. My very rudimentary approach is that I create accounts for each person in the house and associate their devices to that and block all of their devices at bedtime for example. E.g. I can block one kid whilst leaving the other one online doing homework. That obviously doesn't help with things like content filtering so if you want that you need to pay a few dollars a month. I think they might offer a trial. See less You have to pay a monthly subscription for the parental controls. My very rudimentary approach is that I create accounts for each person in the house and associate their devices to that and block all of their devices at bedtime for example. E.g. I can block one kid whilst leaving the other one online doing homework. That obviously doesn't help with things like content filtering so if you want that you need to pay a few dollars a month. I think they might offer a trial.
Andy
· 3 December 2020
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Hi, if you buy 2, you can use as a wifi bridge.
One needs to be plugged in the router with ethernet cable.
The second one needs to be put near the other computer, it just needs a PowerPoint. … see more
Hi, if you buy 2, you can use as a wifi bridge.
One needs to be plugged in the router with ethernet cable.
The second one needs to be put near the other computer, it just needs a PowerPoint.
If it's a long way, or if there is a lot of brick / concrete walls, you might need the 3 pack. See less
Hi, if you buy 2, you can use as a wifi bridge.
One needs to be plugged in the router with ethernet cable.
The second one needs to be put near the other computer, it just needs a PowerPoint.
If it's a long way, or if there is a lot of brick / concrete walls, you might need the 3 pack.

Travis T.
· 13 December 2020
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I would imagine that if you plug the eero into ISP provided modem rather than directly into the NBN modem it should work fine. My setup is NBN modem <-> Telstra modem <-> eero. Turn OFF the WiFi in your ISP modem, in my case I have turned off the WiFi in the Telstra modem, so all the home WiFi is managed by eero.
Stephen Finlay
· 26 December 2020
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Single or any combination
Douglas
· 25 September 2020
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Yes it does
Ian Hughes
· 12 October 2020
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Eero works like a charm. I am nbn customer but with large space nbn fails too. I have tried other netgear product - this one is better
Chierag M
· 26 September 2020