So where i live internet providers are not that good, so i pay for two internet services, is ther any way to connect both to the eero and make it change from one to the other automatically?
You'll have to buy a dual WAN router and put it in front of the Eero.
Does anyone have real world experience with setting up a dual WAN router like the Linksys Business Dual WAN Gigabit VPN Router (LRT224) or the NETGEAR ProSafe FVS336G Dual WAN VPN Firewall in front of an eero network?
did anyone try this setup? planning to also get an LRT224 Router and connect to the eero mesh
I have the same problem as Jose, I pay for two services and was wondering if anyone has the setup with the https://www.linksys.com/us/p/P-LRT224/ actually working. Thanks!
I had to use a ubnt Edgemax X router in load balancer mode, both WAN with DHCP for ipv4/v6 and the DHCPv6 for the Lan. The weeks are in the lan segment bridged, with all my forwarding port settings...
I've this kind of scenario but the dual connectivity is managed by a NGFW.
Basically this is the flow:
ISP 1 - Router 1
Switch - NGFW - EERO Aps (Bridge Mode)
ISP 2 - Router 2
My network includes 2 EERO pro and 3 beacons. One EERO pro connects to main ISP, the second EERO pro uses LAN cable to connects a WiFi repeater which bridges WiFi from cell phone AP as a backup ISP.
It seems working this way.
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