Is there an issue with having two many Eero devices in a house ?
I have a 2,600 square foot home and have 2 eero pros and 3 beacons. I am having issues with the gateway dropping the internet which makes all my eeros not work. I was told that a reason for this was I had to many eero In my house and have over saturated the network. I am no network guru but never had had heard this term before and also thought the eero network algorithm would adjust it self to make sure the mesh network works correctly. The modem from the internet provider and service from them is working while this happening .
Yes, that’s way to many eeros for that square footage. I have the same size home and use 2 eeros. I can almost get by with just one.
The eero mesh network will adjust itself, but there’s only so much it can do. Too many access points (regardless of vendor) will create congestion with the radio frequencies and ends up crippling the WiFi.
You should be able to cover your home just fine with the 2 eero Pro units. Unplug your Beacons for a week or two and see if that clears up your issue.
I have been having an issue with the two Eero 6s in our 1400sqft home. Our Macs would not switch to the closest Eero, still look connected to the wifi but lose internet or really slow down couple times a day, couple of days ago I decided to just unplug the second Eero to see if that would help and never had an issue again... Little confused why that would be the case.
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