Currently have the Now TV 2 hub wireless disabled and then ethernet going in to a google nest wifi mesh.
All has been great from the google mesh side of things, but I am now wanting to move on and replace the google mesh with this Asus router https://www.asus.com/uk/networking-iot-servers/wifi-routers/asus-gaming-routers/tuf-gaming-ax6000/ so I can use my VPN across the whole network.
I assume it's the same process of just ethernet from the hub in to the Asus and use it in bridge mode?
It's going to be a "suck it and see" situation.
The Now hub doesn't have a modem only mode so you will probably be running the ASUS as double NAT.
That may work fine for you, as that is probably how the google nest is working, but may cause problems.
As I say, I think you just have to try it and see.
Hope you got it to work.
I have just got NOW Hub 2 and have also bought the Google Nest Wifi Pro with 3 hubs. Is it easy to set up and does it work as intended?
I am nervous about trying to set it up and it doesn't make a difference or improve the Hub2 performance, which quite frankly is poor.
Any advice, tips or insight you could provide would be greatly appreciated.
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Hey @AC28 I'm so sorry for the delay in reply here.
I still haven’t pulled the trigger on the ASUS side of things as I was hoping by now an FTTP provider would come along but it does not appear or be the case, so I’m left with no option to just buy it and then like above “suck it and see” and most likely get double NAT.
Of course I could buy a BT Modem second hand off Facebook marketplace and use that as the modem in to the ASUS which I am also looking in to at the moment.
To answer your question about the Google Nest mesh….it works perfectly.
Download the Google home app.
Ethernet connect the now box to the wan port on the master nest hub
disable the WiFi on the now box
follw the set up steps in the Google home app. The app will configure and do everything for you.
as above though it’s probably double NAT as the now offers no “bridge mode” but it’s been working fine for me.
good luck 👍🏼