Most routers and even ISPs are making the move to IPv6 which can add efficiency and improved support for more devices but to most home users, the effects won't be immediate. Unless something essential on your network isn't working with IPv6, there's no reason not to use it with eero.
Plume gets the hardware right but it isn't quite worth it for most people to sign up for a Wi-Fi subscription service. Eero keeps things more traditional with a ton of optional subscription features if you want them
One of the great services offered by eero is ability to create family profiles to manage devices, set online schedules, and limit or pause internet access. We'll show you how to set this up in just a few quick and easy steps.
The SuperPod from Plume has some great hardware with a solid balance of feature but the required Plume subscription isn't worth it to many people. The eero Beacon keeps things compact and expands an eero mesh with all subscriptions remaining optional.
A mesh Wi-Fi system is great for improving speed and network access around your home, but eero's system can offer you even more. With its eero Secure subscription plans, you can customize privacy controls per user and device.
The best part of a mesh network is that it can be expanded to fit your needs. Both the Eero Beacon and Google Wifi can work as an easy node but the Beacon can plug straight into the wall and making placement a breeze.
Designed for Amazon's Eero mesh networking hardware, Eero Secure is a subscription service intended to help users take greater control of their home network, protecting both themselves and their families against the wide range of digital threats on the modern web. Eero Secure + is a premium version of Eero Secure - but is it worth the extra expense?
Late last year, mesh routing manufacturer Eero introduced Eero Secure and Eero Secure +. Intended for people who've purchased and installed the mesh network, they contain - as you might expect - a ton of advanced security controls. We'll go what each one has to offer.
Most routers, by default, broadcast separate SSIDs for 2.4 GHz and 5 GHz bands. Mesh networks like Eero, however, work a little differently. They broadcast simultaneously on both bands over a single SSID. Is it possible to split them back into two?
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TP-Link's Deco series provides a solid balance of speed and compact design. The Deco M5 stands out for its fast speeds and small hockey puck design. With MU-MIMO on board this router intends to keep up with anything you can throw at it.