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Only if your internet supports speeds faster than 500mbps or have wired connection needing speeds faster than 900mbps.
applegeeks
· 21 June 2021
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It’s a router so it will work with any ISP
EWK AU
· 17 July 2021
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Only the main unit has ethernet ports, 1 in and 1 out. The satellite units dont and are connected via WiFi. I connected a switch after the main unit so I could connect other wired connections to it.
It is an excellent bit of tech, easy to set up and easy to monitor usage etc. If the unit doesn't connect (set up is gu… see more
Only the main unit has ethernet ports, 1 in and 1 out. The satellite units dont and are connected via WiFi. I connected a switch after the main unit so I could connect other wired connections to it.
It is an excellent bit of tech, easy to set up and easy to monitor usage etc. If the unit doesn't connect (set up is guided via the app) you might have to hold in the reset button under the main unit till the light goes red and it resets. See less
Only the main unit has ethernet ports, 1 in and 1 out. The satellite units dont and are connected via WiFi. I connected a switch after the main unit so I could connect other wired connections to it.
It is an excellent bit of tech, easy to set up and easy to monitor usage etc. If the unit doesn't connect (set up is guided via the app) you might have to hold in the reset button under the main unit till the light goes red and it resets.

Brandon
· 22 July 2021
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Yes, but it's pretty basic out of the box and you'll need the Eero Secure subscription ($2.99.month). Can setup groups off devices into profiles which you can then apply scheduled off times (e.g. bed times), policy based filters (e.g. adult content, social media, etc) and individual site filtering. If you've used Netge… see more Yes, but it's pretty basic out of the box and you'll need the Eero Secure subscription ($2.99.month). Can setup groups off devices into profiles which you can then apply scheduled off times (e.g. bed times), policy based filters (e.g. adult content, social media, etc) and individual site filtering. If you've used Netgear Orbi's and Circle before, Eero parental controls are a lot more basic in comparison. Saying that, Eero's are not bad and significantly cheaper than Orbi/Circle. See less Yes, but it's pretty basic out of the box and you'll need the Eero Secure subscription ($2.99.month). Can setup groups off devices into profiles which you can then apply scheduled off times (e.g. bed times), policy based filters (e.g. adult content, social media, etc) and individual site filtering. If you've used Netgear Orbi's and Circle before, Eero parental controls are a lot more basic in comparison. Saying that, Eero's are not bad and significantly cheaper than Orbi/Circle.
EWK AU
· 21 June 2021
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Yes
Amazon Customer
· 30 June 2021
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yes
peter Letts
· 21 June 2021
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I don't have Sonos myself but curious to know
- what specific model you are using
- the wifi requirements of the Sonos device … see more
I don't have Sonos myself but curious to know
- what specific model you are using
- the wifi requirements of the Sonos device
- and what wifi issue/s you are encountering?

ie. eero has got legacy mode capability to be backwards compatible if issue/s encountered. See less
I don't have Sonos myself but curious to know
- what specific model you are using
- the wifi requirements of the Sonos device
- and what wifi issue/s you are encountering?

ie. eero has got legacy mode capability to be backwards compatible if issue/s encountered.

applegeeks
· 29 July 2021
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By getting yourself an unmanaged switch and plugging it into one of the Ethernet port of the eero gateway.
applegeeks
· 21 July 2021