Chamberlain Smart Garage Hub won't connect with Eero
Has anyone had success pairing the Chamberlain Smart Garage Hub with their Eero? When I go through the setup process, I get to the step of choosing my Network, but my network shows up as a non-secured network. I can select my network, but don't have the option of putting in a password as the Chamberlain app thinks it's unsecured. I've tried to manually put in the SSID and password, but it won't connect.
Every surrounding network shows as secured and I can connect to an older Linksys router without a problem.
TIA for any suggestions.
Problem solved - just spoke to Eero tech support and it turns out MyQ products are not compatible with WPA3. I also have an older Epson printer that wouldn't connect. Tech support shut off WPA3 mode on my router and both devices connected. So if you've got devices that won't connect, this might be your answer. To disable WPA3 go to the eero Labs section under the Discover tab.
Home Bridge worked with Linksys EA4500 router (2.4 network). I "upgraded" to eero now run into this problem. I turned off WPA3 but it didn't work for me. Every time I get all the way to the end of setting up the Home Bridge (... Bridge Location selected, continue, Bridge Name, continue, "Bridge Added to My Home", continue "Error: There was an error connecting to the server. Please check your connection and try again".
Jtmag thank you so much for taking the time to give this answer. 2 hours of attempted setup 25 minutes on the phone with Chamberlain no luck. You answered my question and thank you!!!
Still having no luck connecting Eero to MyQ app network. I choose the Eero network, type in password and it just idles. I turned off the 5g network, turned off the wpa3 as mentioned above (which I I didn't know was an option). No luck, so which garage door should I replace it with or which product should I replace Eero with? one has to go.
OMG! finally solved. for the Eero device, open up Eero app > settings (bottom Right- notice it is next to Discover tab)> Guest network - turn it on (Tip: use only letters and numbers, no characters for the password). then select troubleshooting and turn off the 5g network. back out of settings by pressing Discover (hint: next to the settings tab), press the eero labs> then turn off WPA3 security. close out of Eero app. Go to your wifi network and connect to the Guest network . Then open your MyQ app. Start the process of following the step by step instructions on the app. Press the yellow button on your Garage door opener three times and hear the beep. follow the prompts on the app to join the MyQ network. Select your Home wifi network (guest network), type your password. That should be it and it will connect everything together...hopefully!! This is how I was able to get mine to connect! hope this helped you out.
Turn off “WPA4” under “Discover” and “Beta Labs”. Took me a week to figure this out.😳😊
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