eero home wifi system 4+

eero LLC

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The eero app allows you to easily set up and manage your eero WiFi system (sold separately).

The world’s first home WiFi system, eero blankets your home in fast, reliable WiFi. eero stays new and gets better with frequent software updates, improving performance, while also bringing new features and security improvements. It’s simple to setup and easy to manage. With a network that expands as far as you need, you’ll finally be able to stream, work, and play, from every corner of your home — and from the backyard, too.

eero features:
- Setup in under 10 minutes
- Automatic updates with new features, performance improvements, and the latest security standards
- View and manage your network from anywhere
- Easily and securely share your network with guests
- Schedule or pause internet access to manage screen time
- Block devices from using your network
- eero Secure - a subscription service that includes advanced security, additional parental controls, and VIP access to our team of WiFi experts

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What’s New

Version 6.25.2

- UI polish and bug fixes

Ratings and Reviews

2.8 out of 5
2.2K Ratings

2.2K Ratings

ant182 ,

Great network, setup needs work

I’d love to give this a perfect rating. Our network is massively better than what it was. We even have coverage at the back of the yard now. But there is a glaring oversight in the set up app that is the kind of thing that really bugs me when developers don’t think of possible scenarios. As you go through set up, there are two instances where the app requires an internet connection. The new network isn’t set up at this point in the process yet, so that means the app developers have assumed everyone has cell coverage in their homes: I don’t. So the app just keeps spinning with ‘this should only take a couple minutes’ as it tries to register your account.

Why do developers not put in contingencies for this sort of thing? Why does the app not recognize there is no internet connection and prompt you with a ‘We detected no network, so we’ll register your new account after your set up is complete” message? I had to unplug the Ethernet cable in the middle of setup, and set up my old router, just to register my new eero system, then unplug it and replug in the eero, which coincidentally confused the heck out of the app, so i had to restart the whole process. This happened twice before i got it set up. I realize it’s probably a small amount of users who dont have cell coverage at home, but this sort of oversight for a product of this caliber (and it is great once it’s working) is frustrating.

bad27 ,

It's definitely NOT Orbi‼️

I just got new fiber optic internet and is the first time I've ever had fiber anything. I had Spectrum WiFi up till a day ago and although it wasnt fiber it was blazing fast and it was hooked up to my Orbi Mesh System which improved it dramatically!!!! While it was on just the Spectrum channels meaning the 2.4g and the 5g it registered only at around 200mbps but as soon as I hooked up Orbi that was a wrap!! It registered 460Mbps download speed and 35 upload speed all the time and all over the house and yard I even have bars 2 doors down from my house! It also runs my security wireless cameras flawlessly as well! Now, I just had VexusFiber install their fiber WiFi and I tell you what its super blazing fast! It came with the eero mesh system and I left it for a few hours to test it out and it was ok but the range wasn't satisfactory to me so I hooked Ole Orbi back up and it's freakn phenomenal! It consistently tops out at 420mbps download and get this the upload comes in at the same 420mbps! I don't know if that has to do with fiber or what but the installation guy said he thought it would throttle down but that's not the case the upload stays on par with the download which is crazy but great! The Orbi is hands down without a doubt the more superb package but eero can do the job for most!

totalFlux ,

Day 2 and already a disappointment

Purchased two eero pro 6 units as a replacement for the latest Apple AirPort Extreme + Express(as extender) setup in hopes of getting better signal in my backyard. Set up was easy and I placed new units in the same exact location as the old ones. Now I did get better signal in my backyard but I also ended up with worse signal inside my house with some devices like my work laptop in the office which keeps switching to slower 2.4Ghz network with no way to pin it to 5Ghz. Same story with my phone when I am in my office. My kid’s old iPhone 4 will not connect at all - says unable to connect every time I try. And then there is the flaky app - 2nd day I check the app and it shows no devices on my network and prompts me to add a new device. I tried restarting the app, toggling WiFi on/off, going next to the main eero unit but to no avail - I finally gave up and walked away. Eventually devices came back in the app just to disappear again later and now I don’t know what I will find when I open the app. And now I’m sitting here and already dreading the next forced software update whenever eero chooses to impose it on me. At this point it feels like a total let down and I am seriously thinking of going back to my super stable Apple network.

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