'no router located' with Google Nest wifi mesh.
Reboot was removed because of a bug in the ESP8266 libraries causing EEPROM corruption on a reboot. No corruption occurs on a normal power up. A power off mode is not possible because I never designed the device with that in mind. That would add considerably more hardware, making the WiModem232 larger and more expensive to produce.

You can have multiple of the same SSID's but they should be on different channels. Since the WiModem232 establishes communications permanently with a WiFi device (saving the SSID name, encryption, and channel number) that can't change. If your router is set to roam, it could change channels and that would cause a loss of the router connection.

Nothing has ever changed with the WiFi portion of the WiModems, so changing firmware will not change anything in this regard.

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RE: 'no router located' with Google Nest wifi mesh. - by admin - 08-06-2021, 12:57 AM

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