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Amazon eero Pro mesh WiFi router

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4.5/5 (237 đánh giá) trên
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Đánh giá (4)
by Mike in Texas August 25, 2018
Great like everyone says except for one major flaw.

I won't reiterate all the good things that others have said about this device; I like it for the most part. It does have one major flaw, though: the inability to force a device onto a 2.4GHz band. Why is this important? Because I bought a whole bunch of Apple Homekit devices that only run on 2.4GHz and when you set it up for your network, your phone has to go to the 2.4GHz band in order for it to work. Right now, I have to walk so freaking far away from my house where the 5GHz band no longer works and eero puts my phone onto the 2.4GHz band. Very annoying.

by Amazon Customer June 7, 2019
Over priced piece of junk!

Over priced piece of junk. I bought this router after my internet guy said it was awesome. While it was super easy to set up, the quality was just bad. My gf was watching Netflix and she said she got “connection error” messages about 5 times in the span of two hours which is rediculous because the whole reason why I bought this for $50 more over the nighthawk was because I heard it was incredibly stable but that obviously wasn’t true.

by Marc Cedeno November 12, 2018
Need a solid router, this is it

Where do I start....Began with an ASUS router that was a few years old and wanted to step into the mesh network era. Tried the Google Wi-Fi router and wound up being more trouble than it was worth. Way too restrictive with the administration of the router, i.e. Google has documented issues with port forwarding. That alone became a deal breaker as I forward security cameras, doorbells, etc. ports. $100 in the trash as I can't return it because it's past the return time frame. The eero is really amazing. Coverage is great, solid admin control of the router's features, and very user-friendly. The setup/management is all app based and there is no web-based option. In the end, its a real plug and play device. Don't overlook this gem as you will no doubt be satisfied. The only drawback was the price. But in the end, you're paying for reliability and consistent router operation. I also wanted to mention customer support. I had to contact them about the router because it did not want to update to the latest firmware. Day 1, contacted support via email. Day 2, support responded and I was asked to give some information on how I was using the router (which wires were connected to the router and what internet service provider and modem model number I was using). Day 3, customer support responds and indicates that there were documented issues with the modem model I had at home from my internet provider (Spectrum). Day 4, went to Spectrum and they replaced my old modem with a newer model. I went home and plugged everything up. Went through the router app setup again and BAM! everything worked and the modem was able to update itself to the latest firmware. Emailed customer support with my results and 10 minutes later they acknowledge my email. Good to know that there are companies that still provide this level of customer support. P.S they also offer phone and chat support. Very refershing!

by James H. Cosand January 6, 2018
Great system with one shortcoming.

Absolutely love the Eero system with one exception. My home network is a bit complex. I really need a Wifi system that will support more than one SSID and VLAN,s on the network. The Eero only supports one SSID and one network. Most other systems in this class support the features that are missing here. There are several feature requests listed on the company forum for this feature, and the current status is "under consideration". Other than my concern I can say the system is rock solid and works as advertised. I have a total of 4 units, and the system blankets our large multi story home perfectly. I would rate it 5 stars if it included the multiple SSID VLAN feature.

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