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Google Wifi Router £129.99 / £116.99 w/new credit customers @ Very

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Posted 4th Apr

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Google Nest Wifi Router gives you fast, reliable online access all around your home.

Blanket your whole home in fast, reliable Wi-Fi and eliminate buffering in every room [1]. Stream with speed. Walk from room to room on a video call with an uninterrupted signal. Enjoy strong enough signal to handle up to 200 connected devices! Ensure your security is always a step ahead. It automatically updates itself to get new features and help your network stay safe.

Parental permissions let you set schedules to manage kids' screen time, restrict certain kinds of adult content, and pause Wi-Fi to specific devices whenever you want. Manage your connected home. Nest Wifi makes it easy to add, set up, and manage compatible connected devices in your network, all in the Google Home app.

[1] Home size, materials and layout can affect how Wi-Fi signal travels. Larger homes or homes with thicker walls or long, narrow layouts may need extra Wifi points for full coverage. Strength and speed of signal will depend on your internet provider.

You can also enhance your network with the Google Nest Wifi Point (available separely, see item number QCAFT), which extends your Wifi range by another 149 sq metres beyond the Router limit and also words as a home speaker with mutable microphone and 360° sound. Built-in Google Assistant lets you can play music, manage your Wi-Fi network, find answers, control your connected devices, and more, using just your voice.
  • Depth: 87 MM
  • 1 Nest Wifi router
  • Ethernet cable (6.5 ft)
  • 1 power adapter
  • Nest Wifi router and points are also compatible with previous generation Google Wifi devices
  • External enclosure made from 45% post-consumer recycled plastic
  • Simultaneous dual-band (2.4 GHz/5 GHz) Wi-Fi supporting IEEE 802.11a/b/g/n/ac
  • Router and point can each handle up to 100 connected devices
  • Multiple simultaneous 4K video streams
  • Expandable 802.11s mesh Wi-Fi
  • Up to 2200 square feet per router
  • Height: 102 MM
  • Width: 102 MM
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So I have these. Key issue here is I can only recommend them to none Gfast or Virgin customers (who have a home hub or modem only capable device). You get double NAT issues and blocking of ports with using a BT Home Hub 5 onwards as they don't have a modem only mode. If only using 1 can be used in bridge mode so less issues. You can't use bridge and mesh mode though so if getting more then one it's not a great experience. I ended up picking up a Gfast modem on eBay but it wasn't cheap! Downside is these don't work with IP6 PPOE so can't use BT box properly. Having said all that I love mine and I'd recommend getting two of this version over the packs. That way you get full AC2600 and can use ethernet in and out on each mesh node. Warning. You will become obsessed with testing the speed/mesh/WiFi connected devices!
Edited by: "cantonbean" 4th Apr
cantonbean04/04/2020 14:10

So I have these. Key issue here is I can only recommend them to none Gfast …So I have these. Key issue here is I can only recommend them to none Gfast or Virgin customers (who have a home hub or modem only capable device). You get double NAT issues and blocking of ports with using a BT Home Hub 5 onwards as they don't have a modem only mode. If only using 1 can be used in bridge mode so less issues. You can't use bridge and mesh mode though so if getting more then one it's not a great experience. I ended up picking up a Gfast modem on eBay but it wasn't cheap! Downside is these don't work with IP6 PPOE so can't use BT box properly. Having said all that I love mine and I'd recommend getting two of this version over the packs. That way you get full AC2600 and can use ethernet in and out on each mesh node. Warning. You will become obsessed with testing the speed/mesh/WiFi connected devices!


I have a Google Router on Virgin Media, the Hub3 (which is the one I have) can be placed in to Modem only mode (Bridge Mode) so can the Super Hub 1, 2 or 2ac. It was one of my requirements for moving to Virgin Media.

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thenextbutton04/04/2020 14:17

I have a Google Router on Virgin Media, the Hub3 (which is the one I have) …I have a Google Router on Virgin Media, the Hub3 (which is the one I have) can be placed in to Modem only mode (Bridge Mode) so can the Super Hub 1, 2 or 2ac. It was one of my requirements for moving to Virgin Media.https://www.virginmedia.com/help/virgin-media-hub-modem-mode


I think all virgin routers can. Even better on the newest model my mum got all four ethernet ports work so it's a great combination with the Google/Nest WiFi.
If you have BT FTTP broadband, you dont need a modem, you can directly connect the ethernet cable coming from the broadband box to any google home wifi or nest wifi router with following settings
PPPoE
username - bthomehub@btbroadband.com
password - bt
MTU - 1580
Best investment was purchasing google home wifi mesh when you have 25+ devices connecting to wifi and large to medium house to have good wifi coverage.
Edited by: "Sulaiman_Sharif" 4th Apr
Utterly pointless device "i NeEd A fAsT ConEctIon 2 mY NeSt"
I have it and its working great now after the a few hiccups. 2 x old pc wifi cards didn't connect. Probably something to do with them being 32 bit ones. Even a replacement newer wifi card for pc's did not connect. Support was kind enough to refer me to Microsoft support 😜 Also powerline adapters wont work. So got some fast wifi usb dongles which sorted out the problem. As suggested above its better to get more routers than the points if you want more ethernet ports at both ends. Also switches to expand the 1x usuable eth ports on routers. The points dont have any. With only routers I guess you'll loose out on the google assistant that the points have. Overall satisfied with my setup now.
I have virgin and a superhub 3 and it's generally been OK but having my partner an I working from home and my son off it's showing up the issues with it so was thinking of getting a router and the idea of adding mesh points is appealing.

I can't decide between this and the cheaper eero though.
Edited by: "SVRich" 6th Apr
SVRich06/04/2020 18:26

I have virgin and a superhub 3 and it's generally been OK but having my …I have virgin and a superhub 3 and it's generally been OK but having my partner an I working from home and my son off it's showing up the issues with it so was thinking of getting a router and the idea of adding mesh points is appealing. I can't decide between this and the cheaper eero though.


This. The eero isn’t as good
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