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eero -> wifi bridge -> 2nd eero

Can I use a TP-Link bridge or Ubiquiti brige to send wifi about a mile from one eero router to another eero? Looking to get wifi to an exterior building that is a little less than a mile away. Any suggestions on what bridge to use? Any specific things that need done to hook it up on the Eero side? Or is it like plugging a ethernet cable in (the bridge just sends the signal)  Thanks!

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  • Hello clfinc2 ,

    If the device that you are using to send the signal only requires an internet signal you can just plug it into an eero via ethernet or connect it to the eero network via WiFi. But in regards to how to setup the device itself, you'll want to reach out to the manufacturer.

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  • Thanks for helping solve this task.

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  • I've got a Netgear AC1900 R7000 - it's fine other than the occasional dropped connections, which I can live with for my kids connection but not for my work/meetings. However we've got a Circle parental control subscription paid into the next year that's tied to the Netgear device.

    Is there a way for me to run 3 Eero in full mesh mode, while having the Netgear router attached to one of them? The Netgear device itself can't be in bridge mode otherwise the parental features are disabled. Are there any implications of having one Eero in bridge mode?

     

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