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Google Nest 2nd Gen AC2200 Dual Band WiFi Router + 2 Points EXPIRED

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Woot.com has Google Nest 2nd Gen AC2200 Dual Band WiFi Router + 2 Points on sale for $279.99. Shipping is free w/ Amazon Prime or is otherwise a flat $6 per order. Thanks thingiam

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  • 2x Google Nest Points
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Features whole-home coverage up to 5400 square feet, 6x Ethernet ports, and dual band WiFi. One router connects to modem via Ethernet cable, additional access points only need to be plugged into power. Compatible with all Nest WiFi and previous gen Google WiFi devices -BostonGirl

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Ethernet ports 6 total?
No.
The router unit in v2 has 1 Ethernet port in addition to its WAN, and that's it. The satellites have no ports and the power is integrated.
On v1 every puck was physically identical and the WAN acted as an Ethernet port on the satellites.
I can leave some feedback as I bought google nest wifi recently. For a 2 story house that's about 2500 sq ft. It works well. I bought 200 mbps and I am probably getting 180 mbps. I do not find the need to use a ethernet back haul and the range is great. Previously, in my room, I could not get service, but with this, it was eliminated. I would say it does the trick although there might be cheaper options.

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Google Nest Wifi Router + 2 Points (2nd Generation)


https://www.woot.com/

Specifications:
Whole-home coverage Up to 5400 square feet
Perfect for Large Homes
Simple setup w/Google Home app One router connects to modem via Ethernet cable. Additional routers only need to be plugged into power
Type Router + 2 Points
Wi-Fi standard
Router: AC2200 (MU-MIMO Wi-Fi)


4x4 (5 GHz)
2x2 (2.4 GHz)

Ethernet Ports 6 total
Compatibility Compatible with all Nest Wifi and previous gen Google Wifi devices
In the Box:

Google Nest Wifi Router + 2 Points (2nd Generation)

Standard retail: $349.99
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I absolutely hate that their AP's don't have ethernet backhaul - but otherwise this is a good deal for me since I was planning on upgrading and I can keep my older gen1 Google Wifi pucks in service alongside with these Gen2's
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Ethernet ports 6 total?
No.
The router unit in v2 has 1 Ethernet port in addition to its WAN, and that's it. The satellites have no ports and the power is integrated.
On v1 every puck was physically identical and the WAN acted as an Ethernet port on the satellites.
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Any good deal for v2 + just one point?
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Take my advice and stick with the Nest Routers for your "points".

Without Ethernet backhaul, you're going to have a bad time.

The routers have Ethernet and work great as points as well.
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Is this good for multiple floors? 2 floors & basement?
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I can leave some feedback as I bought google nest wifi recently. For a 2 story house that's about 2500 sq ft. It works well. I bought 200 mbps and I am probably getting 180 mbps. I do not find the need to use a ethernet back haul and the range is great. Previously, in my room, I could not get service, but with this, it was eliminated. I would say it does the trick although there might be cheaper options.
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Any good deal for v2 + just one point?
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SD is goofey... Same deal not too long ago... $279, yet the older deal got 7 thumbs down. And this deal has 7 thumbs up. Whacky.

https://slickdeals.net/f/14088326-google-nest-wifi-system-with-google-assistant-3-pack-279-99?src=SiteSearchV2Algo1
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Take my advice and stick with the Nest Routers for your "points".

Without Ethernet backhaul, you're going to have a bad time.

The routers have Ethernet and work great as points as well.
Can you explain? What are you recommending? Isn't the point of a mesh network for WiFi?
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Just ordered the v1 3 pack (they let me order 3) on Friday's Google store PM-ed to WM price for $74. Should I stick with that or get this new one ? Any advice. Don't care much for back haul because I don't have Ethernet connection in my 2nd floor yet.
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I have this exact set. I've had them for 3 months. First 2 it was the most stable mesh I've ever used. Then for no reason the APs start losing connection every 5 minutes or so. Google this issue as it's pretty common. I wish it didn't happen but now going to try eero pros
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I installed a gen 1 set at my folks' house and was happy with it. I ordered gen 2 set for myself but cancelled when I learned the Eero Pros featured HomeKit support (Apple household) and communicated via tri-band. I've been very happy with the Eero performance/software, but they were $400 for three pros on sale—perhaps overkill for some.
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