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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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Yes, if you connect the NBN box to the Eero, you don't need the Vodafone hub/modem:

"With Vodafone and other ISPs that use IPoE/DHCP you can connect the Eero directly to the NBN NCD."

Joshua Masters
· 29 September 2021
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Amazon Customer
· 15 October 2021
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Error routers do not support PPPoE (ISP authentication) which means you will need to keep the iiNet router/modem and set the Eero into Access Mode. I understand this means some of the more advanced features will not work but you will have a mesh Wi-Fi environment
Amazon Customer
· 21 August 2021
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As long as they are in range of the one before it then yes you can extend your range. This what that are designed to do
Jamie
· 21 November 2021
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I am using three eero 6 s and have same speed in all areas of my home. I used extender before and experienced low speed and frequent disconnection of Sonos speakers but now all work smoothly
ROHINI ROSE SIMON
· 25 October 2021
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No
Amazon Customer
· 15 October 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 in my case I got rid of the Telstra router and just use the Telstra modem and plug the cable into the eero device and everything was working with in 10 minutes the only downside is that you will lose your landline As it is not supported
Amazon Customer
· 2 November 2021
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If your ISP use DHCP as its main configuration than you can plug the eero router directly into the nbn box. My ISP is Origin and that is exactly what i do to my set up.
Gene
· 29 October 2021