Automatic control of the end devices to the best WLAN
Wi-Fi 6 Standard (802.11a/b/g/n/ac/ax)
Maximum Wi-Fi speed 4.8 Gbps (5 GHz)
Maximum Wi-Fi speed 600 Mbps (2.4GHz)
3 x 1 Gbps Ethernet port
Dimensions: 118 x 118 x 47 mm
Power consumption: 6.5 W
We're looking forward to your feedback when you use the new WLAN-Box 2 at your home.
Swisscom Mitarbeiter im Bereich Social Media & Community Management. Employé Swisscom dans le domaine Social Media & Community Management. Swisscom employee in the field of Social Media & Community Management.
I have a question. Does WLAN-Box 2 work on a "mesh" basis? I mean - will the device be perceived as the main network? This is important for me, since my Google Home and Google Nest devices must be in the same Wifi network. For example: Google Home device is connected to Internet Box 2(my main router in home), and Google Nest device will be connected to WLAN-Box 2 and Google Nest device should perceive his connection as to Internet Box 2.
I got the WLAN Box with a new subscription - in theory it seems to be a good device (supports Wifi 6 which I wanted anyway) however I don't seem to get it to pair with the Internet Box.
Through WLAN the led switches red/white for a while (which is good, indicating pairing) - but then it doesn't finish. So afer a while the led is 'red' again. I tried pairing over ethernet (pressing the '+' while connected by cable on both boxes) but that did seem to do even less - i.e. the plusses even don't light up as it should.
I checked if I was close enough to the Internet Box - which is the case - so in theory I can't have done so much wrong I think (especially seeing that the pairing process at list starts wireless)
Does anybody has an idea on 'how' this can be fixed?