Euro 6 plus reach internet through another router?



I am planning to get Euro 6 plus. Does the main router (or the one that we adjust) in this 3 pack system need to get connected to internet via ethernet cable? Can this system connect another router wirelessly?


I need a wireless mesh network but I may not be able to provide ethernet connection to main router in my system. 

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  • Use a Wi-Fi range extender: A Wi-Fi range extender can help extend the range of your existing Wi-Fi signal. This can be a good option if you have a weak Wi-Fi signal in certain areas of your home or office. You can set up the range extender in an area with a strong Wi-Fi signal and connect it to your main router wirelessly. Use a powerline adapter: A powerline adapter is a device that uses your home or office's existing electrical wiring to create a network connection. You can plug one end of the powerline adapter into an electrical outlet near your main router and connect it to the router using an Ethernet cable. Then, you can plug another powerline adapter into an electrical outlet in the area where you need a Wi-Fi signal and connect it to a mesh Wi-Fi node.

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  • Hi kurtwagner

    For an eero setup one eero has to be hardwired to a source of internet (modem, ONT, existing wireless router).  That eero will become the head/gateway eero and broadcast a wifi network once it is setup.  The other eero will connect to the gateway eero (via wire or wirelessly) and broadcast the same wifi network once they are setup on the network.

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