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  • Very Poor
    1 month ago
    Updated: 26 days ago
    Easy installation but often loses connection and speed is under all criticism. Will be back to my Asus router soon.

    Edit: now Wi-Fi is down to 1-5 mbit / down and has 300/100. Real junk. Avoid.
  • Very good
    4 months ago
    Easy installation. Works well. However, not as good coverage as unifi ,,
  • Very Poor
    4 months ago
    Updated: 4 months ago
    Debris product

    - Google Wifi does not give an error message without "setup failed".
    - The software does not check if Wifi is on during installation.
    - The software does not catch when the wifi password does not work!
    - The software does not provide instructions on how to do factory reset on Google Wifi.
    - The software has no information on what the color codes mean.
    - Two Google Wifi gadgets can't find each other when they have 10 meters of air in between.
    - Two Google Wifi can't find each other on the same network.
    - The software does not explain what it is doing. I really wonder WHAT is Google doing?
    - I need to use 3 Google WIFI to get the same range as a single ASUS router. It's crazy, after all.

    - There are two different setup programs that do the exact same thing: Google Home and Google Wifi, making online information more difficult to read.

    Then Google Wifi does not work behind NAT.

    A real crap product with crap software written by amateurs.
  • Decent
    4 months ago
    Went from a Unifi system with 2 APs. And must say that this is clearly worse. I have 2 units downstairs and one upstairs. The unit upstairs is wired via cat-6.

    Dislike:
    - The system does not seem to know which AP is closest, but connects to the first AP you came in contact with when approaching the home (usually AP1 for my part).

    - Usually runs on the 2.4 Ghz band on iOS devices (may have to do with not switching to "right" AP.

    - Poor reach. Expect half the speed when you have an inner wall that blocks the AP.

    - The limited mode for changing settings (very basic).

    - Ability to force 2.4 Ghz to connect smart devices (which requires the 2.4 Ghz band to connect for the first time. Nano Leaf, for example).

    - Ability to delete old, unused networks. First set up a network as a test before deciding to reset all APs. Did it physically and not in the app which resulted in the old network being left unreadable.

    Likes:
    - Incredibly easy to set up. Place out, scan QR, Clear (basically).

    - Good looking and unobtrusive. With a LED light that shows the status of the network.

    - Good with an app to manage all the settings in, although I do not have some setting options.

    - Easy to create family restrictions and keep track of children's use.

    - Software updates are handled automatically so you don't have to think about it.

    There are certainly ways to "trim" the network slightly. Maybe I have too many APs on too small area (125 sqm) which makes the system confused and does not fit over wifi devices to the best AP.
  • Very Poor
    4 months ago
    Updated: 4 months ago
    Google may be new to the network market and this product is clearly visible. The selling point is that it is easy to install and has nice modules, but that's all. For those who demand something more than just "plug in the wall and use the app, everything works", it leaves a lot to be desired. The whole system takes a few minutes to get started and then everything is controlled with the app. ALL. I had a performance problem the first month. It turned out that my app could no longer access Google Wi-Fi. It said that the network is offline. Since all access to the router goes through an app you have on your mobile phone, I found no way to log in via my computer as you do to regular routers. I had to manually reboot the network to get in touch with Google Wi-Fi - and unfortunately that was often the case. Since the package consists of three units that I placed on each floor of the townhouse, it would mean a pretty good run in the stairs if I were to visit each module individually. So I pressed the house's test of ground fault circuit breaker instead - it should still be tested once a month. But Google Wi-fi rolled more than once a month. No good! Also, in case I started my computer or Smart TV, the entire Google Wi-Fi was completely wiped out. So it hung. Offline - even received warning messages from the app that NOTE your network is offline. Because I started my computer! Each time! The system is incredibly basic and if you have minimum requirements for advanced settings such as VPN (which has been on the wallpaper lately) you can instead buy a stable Asus RT-AC 68U for a third of the price and supplement with two Asus RP-N12 which can be found for 200 SEK / pcs. So you can easily make a good and stable network with Asus products instead. But if you are looking for a basic package that you can give to your fellow man who is not interested in this - go on. Place SEK 3200 for the brand. Worth mentioning is that the pucks cannot be hung on the wall and weigh some so that double-sided tape does not hold. It was returned for my part and now I enjoy the above mentioned solution from Asus and everything is peace and joy.
    Big minus is the sub-optimal performance. It is one thing if the system has gone for around a thousand. But $ 3200 for things that don't work? No thanks!
  • Decent
    5 months ago
    Well, Problems with the installation and it turned out that my mobile connected to another wifi when I replaced my old one, it caused me errors without cause and could not proceed in the configuration. After a bit of troubleshooting, I figured it out and got the first two pucks then stopped again. The third does not want to register and I get no error code or anything to work from. So now 2 out of 3 pucks work but I have spent two hours on this and will add more. For 3000 sec it should only work. Will give it more time before I return but am disappointed.
  • Perfect
    6 months ago
    Simple and smoothly fantastic range!
  • Perfect
    10 months ago
    Do what they're supposed to do. Has three and they cover a house on three floors including basement. S
  • Very good
    10 months ago
    The makan of user-friendly wifi you should look for a long time and I doubt you will find it. The layout goes by itself, and the app is very easy to understand. In addition, we received significantly better coverage throughout the house than before. The units are small and discreet, which is also positive.
    Just get one star deduction due to price.
  • Terrible
    1 year ago
    Updated: 11 months ago
    Completely OK performance, has not done any more detailed tests but gets 60 Mbps on the AP at the far end of the house. However, I have had immense problems with my Sonos system after installing Google mesh ...

    Update, has now had the pucks for about 5 months. Have had lots of radio coverage problems that vary from "Very Good" to Very Bad from one day to another. Has been in contact with Google's support that runs the usual ramsan with restarting modems etc. Has a Wifi doorbell that loses contact, the performance is all between <1Mbps and 70 Mbps, the Sonos speakers lose contact at all times which makes them unusable.

    Update:
    Once again, all APs have to be reinstalled due to radio coverage from maximum signal strength to signal strength. After reinstallation I got full strength again between all mesh units. It's 4 times in 6 months I have to reinstall everything.
  • Perfect
    1 year ago
    Very satisfied, works as expected.
  • Very good
    1 year ago
    Updated: 1 year ago
    + Stable, no drops or bad speed over time
    + No constant reboots (ASUS hell)
    + Good coverage without losing so much in speed (mesh)
    + Small & stylish (No ASUS aliens)
    + Great features for testing the network and individual clients

    - Google "owns" my network now :(
    - Does not get my fiber 100/100 out of the mesh network, it works well via cable (however, preferable before speed)
    - Just configure via Mobile app
    - Ethernet backhaul does not seem to be stable.
    - Must be the first router in the network to avoid problems (Double NAT eg)
    - Only a lan port on each puck, needed to buy a switch (cable turns wifi every day of the week)

    After going through a number of routers of different makes, this is a hit. So far, I have not had a single problem with stability or speed in my old 2-storey house of 120m2 (beams that block most things in the form of radio).

    Was a little hesitant at the beginning of "handing out" my network to Google and the limited amount of settings that can be made, but couldn't cope with my ASUS luck. The available options are, however, quite adequate (portforward, dhcp etc).

    At the setup I had problems with the stability of the network, which I could deduce from the fact that I set up a mesh puck to run the ethernet backhaul. When I ran the mesh via the Wifi it worked perfectly. (Didn't read about anyone else with the same problem)

    Have no problems with Sonos as I heard others have had.

    Has Telia fiber with IPTV and IPTelefoni. Chose to switch off wifi on the Telia router and run TV / Tele dedicated on it to not get stuck.
    Attached GoogleWifi to its own WAN port and running the rest of the LAN there.
  • Excellent
    1 year ago
    Good coverage and speed in our apartment where many neighbors fight for the freivens, good looking hardware and good app for ios.
  • Perfect
    1 year ago
    Purchased Google Wifi during mid-day review 2017 for 2,690: - to replace Wifi router that came from Telia. Have used the product for over a year and can say that I am very satisfied. Much easier to administer, much more stable and faster compared to the router that came from Telia.

    It turned out that for our house at 119 sqm it is enough with a router to get good coverage throughout the house! Has placed one of the routers of a smaller tech-interested relative, which I also administer under my Google Account. Works as well as possible and saves time when I can administer everything from my mobile.

    The biggest drawback is that Google gets even more insight into network traffic.
  • Poor
    1 year ago
    Updated: 1 year ago
    They do not want to change themselves to "daisy chain", so now it works worse than with a regular repeater.
  • Excellent
    1 year ago
    Updated: 1 year ago
    Love Google's mesh wifi. Simple, fast and stable. The only thing I miss is a dedicated 5G band to use, but it probably comes with a possible sequel. I have installed a system with my parents and one with my brother and the husband of operational reliability I have rarely seen. Everything just seems to work, and coverage is better than ever in all households. All the routers I have had to restart sometimes, but not Google Wifi. Wonderfully. :-)
  • Very good
    1 year ago
    Updated: 1 year ago
    Used previously sent router from the broadband provider and had about 20-40 Mbit / s as the maximum. Many places in the house where I didn't have wi-fi at all. Now I have a minimum of 50 Mbit / s across the house but a majority of 70-100 Mbit / s.
  • Perfect
    1 year ago
    Simple and stable.
  • Perfect
    1 year ago
    Easy to get started. Good Mesh with fallback.
  • Perfect
    1 year ago
    Updated: 1 year ago
    Update, from 6 to 10 again:
    Seems to work well again. Bought an extrapuck, 4 total in the house at 260kvm.

    Update, from 10 to 6:
    Seems like it made an update and all of a sudden the speed has become slower, poorer coverage etc. Has tried to reposition all the pucks but doesn't seem to make it even though I was 3. Has 3 plan villa and all three now have a middle plan to try to get an even spread and speed. Before that, I had a puck on each plane and it worked great. Waiting and watching.

    Old review:
    Owned it for a week and can only say wow!

    Added a lot of money to different solutions and routers in the 1500-2000 class, but nothing solved my problems with coverage and high speed in a house of 260 sqm on three floors with about 30 units connected.

    Set two pieces on the ground floor and one in the basement and now we have full coverage everywhere. It is enough that one is connected to the network.

    I am confident about my privacy and trusting their terms so they should not store your traffic. May hope this is changed.
  • Decent
    1 year ago
    Hybrid coverage but no more with a puck on each of three levels, sometimes losing connected devices connector.
    Few of Samsung's appliances can be connected to Google Wifi, (Google only accepts WEP2 connections).
    Considering replacing Google Wifi with something more flexible system.
  • Perfect
    1 year ago
    Updated: 1 year ago
    Full pot. Google knows how to do it. Simple setup. Dirty to change to threaded backbone (clear in tp cable, clear) Ready to power 500/100 fiber without any problems. Good coverage in the house with three pucks.
    Had a good time before, a nightmare in comparison ..
  • Perfect
    1 year ago
    Updated: 1 year ago
    You could certainly schedule access to things that are threads. Just me as hell

    Easy to set up. Works stable.
    Somewhat disappointed that you can only schedule access for those connected via wifi
  • Perfect
    1 year ago
    Set on an Asus router with AC network that I was pleased with, had it for maybe 3 years but felt it held performance well.
    Until we moved and I switched to 250 Mbit broadband and when I hate cables, there was no alternative but buying new.
    After a lot of exploration, I hit when it was a lower price but would say that today's price picture still makes it worth the money!
    Has worked like a bell late day one!
    The speed is cruel, as said, 250 Mbit at home and just that speed I get across the home!
    So if you compare it with my old Asus AC 66n, it's like night and day!
  • Excellent
    1 year ago
    You do not find anything better than Google Wifi. In a good writing Norwegian with good explanation for everything. One joy to set up.
    No hurry, but provides good coverage and works well.
    Know that you can not use WPS with Google Wifi. Sure, like that.
    Can be expanded with more. All three are routes, but only the first one stands as routes. If you do not need all three, you can use one another city, or with someone else's Google Wifi, if they need one extra send.
    + for two network ports and + for good design.
  • Good
    1 year ago
    Not completely convinced, it may make up 300mbit right at the first router in the basement, but if you run the broadband box and not their own joyometer, it's not significantly better than my old asus 68 upstairs ...
  • Perfect
    1 year ago
    Simple and smooth, so satisfied.
  • Excellent
    1 year ago
    Very good tool for creating a stable and fast network at home. Tested mass routers but nobody has managed to fill the entire house with wifi ...
    Google wifi is the solution. Simple as attenuation to connect.
    Minus for the high price, however, found it for 2690kr for 3 ST.
    Bought an extra later to extend to the garden.
  • Decent
    1 year ago
    Had until a week ago given Google Wifi full pot. I installed it in January and have had the 3 puckers wired to each other. The performance has been good and everything was problematic until last week when the daughter was going to watch movies. The film stuck and buffed annoyingly often. Then we began to check speeds more carefully and saw that it constantly varied between 0-100 mbit / s on our units in the house. I have then continued to troubleshoot and see that the broadband to the house is quite ok. It is the router in the first Google Wifi puck that delivers unevenly.
    I do not know if it's this copy that started to be defective after half a year, but I'm looking forward to it.
  • Excellent
    2 years ago
    Updated: 2 years ago
    Swap into a tricky Netgear Orbi against Google Wifi. What a dream. Simple, fast, stylish, and very stable. I can really recommend this. If you like Google Apps and products, you'll like this. Perhaps there are no advanced settings but nothing crucial.

    Just wish that the main router had had more ethernet ports. But I'll get a switch, no big problems.
  • Perfect
    2 years ago
    Updated: 2 years ago
    Bought a 3pack on the midnight trip for 2690: -. Easy installation, cable from the fiber socket in the wall straight into and just to drive. Funkat to 100% late installation, and coverage is considered very good.
  • Very Poor
    2 years ago
    Updated: 2 years ago
    Has 250mbit in, next to the first puck in the garage, I have full speed wirelessly. However, if I stand next to the second or third puck, I get max 100mbit, usually 30-80mbit. The app's own test shows that the pucks are placed perfectly.
  • Perfect
    2 years ago
    Updated: 2 years ago
    Have driven these for a little over 2 weeks now without any problems having emerged.

    Very easy to get started and impressive performance. Really fun (for those who like to optimize a bit) to measure the speed between the pucks to find optimal positions in the household. Also likes the ability to measure the velocity between the fiber and the first puck in the network.

    I myself run 4 pucks scattered on two planes and cover a total of approx. 110kvm; Three on the lower floor, two of which are connected to Wifi, and one upstairs connected with ethernet cable to the main puck. One of the pics connected to Wifi, I have then connected a switch to connect some desktop computers to the network-something that works fine and does not seem to affect response times any remarkable.

    Can not but recommend this product, both meet and exceed all expectations!
  • Perfect
    2 years ago
    Updated: 2 years ago
    Works the cannon! Easy installation and really good performance. Have a fiber connection of 100/100 Mbit and get this speed in all rooms in the house with closed door additionally should be added.

    Living in a newly-produced 1.5 plan villa of 165 m2.
  • Perfect
    2 years ago
    Updated: 2 years ago
    Top Mesh Net!

    Very smooth and affordable solution.
    2768kr at Clas Ohlson with 25% discount.

    The entire complete installation along with the simple app took about 10min.

    Coverage and capacity are adequate throughout the property: 150 sqm + basement 150kvm. (All the nice nodes are located upstairs with reach to the whole floor and even down the basement)

    Lovely with the same name on the stable wireless network throughout the property.

    Mesh uses only wireless because I'm running fixed networks via my old Linksys router with shutdown wireless network.

    Modem Switch (Mesh1 and Linksys). Mesh1 wireless on to Mesh2 and 3. Linksys on the property network
  • Perfect
    2 years ago
    Updated: 2 years ago
    After 2 weeks I am really happy with the purchase! They have learned flawlessly for me since installation and have given me coverage throughout the 120 square-foot, returning with updated review if something would change!
  • Excellent
    2 years ago
    Updated: 2 years ago
    Bought on the mid-day trip for 2690: - and lives in a two-storey house of 65 sqm each.

    I had spanned several mesh solutions for a while, and when I arrived, I joined. Also thought of the hardware better Orbi RBK50 but became Google Wifi because of its ease of use. Have good knowledge of routers after sitting with classic routers for 20 years. As a family father, I no longer need to embarrass me in all settings in the router to solve family needs. Therefore, Google's solution was also acceptable to me.

    + Easy installation. My four year old daughter joined, and she took the gallop right away. Use my old network name with the same password. All existing devices were connected without problems and I did not need to make any changes to them.
    + Appearance. Can make them visible and do not have to be ashamed.
    + Stability. Zero problem. No lost connections even though we are moving devices between wifi points all the time. Google Wi-Fi constantly detects in real time wherever you are in the home and switches you seamlessly to the device that gives you the best speed.
    + The software on the phone. I can do anything I want with my wifi, even when I'm at work. I keep track of all the time in the app which devices consumed data and how much, second to second. Being able to group devices in the app is genius. Can both pause children's devices and block adult content blocking.
    + Active development of firmware for the devices. Adds new features for each update. It is now a year after launch a mature product.
    + Coverage. Full coverage everywhere in the house but also far beyond my site on all sides. Almost so I had wanted to turn down the signal strength of the router.

    Somewhat worse hardware compared to competitors in the same price range. No separate wireless backhaul channel and MU-MIMO. But then I bought Google Wifi well a lot cheaper than the competitors' solutions also cost.
    -Maxing usually my 150mbit connection anywhere in the house when my devices are connected to 5GHz wifi., Which is 97% of the time. Unfortunately, some devices are sporadically and temporarily connected to 2.4 GHz, which does not deliver the same speed (about 80 mbit), although it gives the device the best signal quality right now.
  • Perfect
    2 years ago
    Updated: 2 years ago
    Have been driving with Deco earlier, just disconnecting and laying on the children's computers when they played online. With Google Wifi, it's no problem.

    Comment on Foda's review - You do not need its old router, you connect one of the "puckers" as the main router, then connect the others to it.
  • Perfect
    2 years ago
    Updated: 2 years ago
    Bought on mid-day tour for 2590: -
    Very pleased!. Before then Netflix chopped or froze in 4K, but a broadband chip immediately after gave 80 Mbit / s. Now I have 90-150 Mbit everywhere and above all no freezing!
    What is not clear enough is that you have to keep the router you have, the Wifi pucks are just that. You can set up parental controls, if you have not had it before
    If you keep the same network name and password, it will not (which did the last 3 router changes), but you have to re-enter the password again, so rename it as appropriate. But the best buy !.
  • Barely acceptable
    2 years ago
    Updated: 2 years ago
    Become a problem when manufacturers try to build in too much in a "consumer-friendly product". Buy a good dedicated router, turn off WiFi on it and and buy Ubiquiti AC AP PRO instead and dispose 1-3. More expensive yes, but significantly better.
  • Perfect
    2 years ago
    Updated: 2 years ago
    It was a smooth installation / configuration! Good coverage, full blow throughout the house now.

    Recommended to buy to a switch if you have any wired devices.
  • Perfect
    2 years ago
    Updated: 2 years ago
    Works perfectly throughout the house. Extremely easy to install, even for me who is not a network expert. Recommended
  • Good
    2 years ago
    Updated: 2 years ago
    Has 3 pieces. Sufficient to cover the entire house as well as out to the garage. As well as around the entire house. about 5 meters from the house.

    The house is in the 2nd floor with basement, concrete vault between basement and entrance plan. 250 sqm + 160 basements

    Has 100 fiber lines get 95 mbit 70% of the space inside the house. The router I farthest from about 10 meters, I get 30-35 mbit and out in the garage about 8 m to get 12 mbit.

    Around the house I have between 8-35 mbit.

    I am satisfied but thought the scope would be better considering the reviews.

    If you move a router or when you just plugged it up, they work less well but work just as they solved it after a while.

    Had about 25-30 mbit first than then after logging it at 90-95 mbit

    Had it not been for the basement, I would have managed one, tested the scope when I have only one plugged in and solved it well in addition to the basement and no cover in the garage.
  • Perfect
    2 years ago
    Updated: 2 years ago
    Finally good coverage throughout the house! Sure smooth setup with the mobile app too!
  • Excellent
    2 years ago
    Updated: 2 years ago
    Bought for 2700 kr in the middle days. Sets all 3 in the parents' house (one on each floor) and it works great. Finally resolved all the coverage problems in the house and even reaches the garden.

    The devices initially had trouble finding each other in the setup, so I had to redo the process. The easiest way was to put them together with each other first (so they find no problem), then move out the pucks in the house.

    Unfortunately, IGP does not support IGMP Multicast, which was necessary for IPTV. Was able to connect TV separately in Ethernet via the mains, directly to the modem. Do you have ex. Telia can send out a switch free of charge for the IPTV.

    Hope for further updates of software and firmware that allow further configuration.

    + Compact and stylish design
    + Affordable compared to other Mesh routers
    + Easy handling and setup
    + Should be possible to connect the puckers via Ethernet to set up distance your WiFi is not enough (not tested)
    + Ongoing updates for enhanced functionality

    - Only one Ethernet port on the respective puck (may need to be completed with the switch)
    - No support for IPTV (IGMP Multicast)
  • Perfect
    2 years ago
    Updated: 2 years ago
    Extremely easy to install.
    Unpack.
    Connect to broadband entertainment.
    Download the app.
    Scan the QR code with your mobile.
    Create a gmail account if you do not already have it.
    Name the network and password and place the pucks.
    TIP: If you use the same name on the network as the previous network, and the same password, everything will then work automatically. In my case, I called Google WiFi for "ASUS" because the old network was called ASUS.
    If you change your network name or password, then it will be more work ...

    Then the app takes care of the rest.

    Use the Broadband School app to optimize the location of the pucks.

    Living in 170 sqm wooden villa with two large brick sticks and 5 fireplaces that set it up with my old router. Have now replaced my 3 year old and now bug-free Asus AC87u against Google WiFi.
    Finally coverage throughout the house. Has 100/100 Mb / s fiber.
    Max 127/126 in all rooms where there is a puck.
    Around 50/50 in all other rooms without puck. Which works for streaming of Netflix (8 Mb / s) or 4K movies (15 Mb / s).

    Disconnected a puck in a room that is 12 m and two wooden walls from the main unit. Measured 25/40. Coupled the puck and measured 127/126.
    Impressive.

    The WiFi signals from each puck do not have such a long range between the rooms. On the other hand, the puck communicates with significantly stronger signals between each other. Which means you have a big house and demands on high speeds in each room, so you have to have a puck quite close where you want to connect yourself, but the puckles themselves can stand a good distance from each other. It may not be enough with 3 puckers.

    If you need a temporary improvement in a room, it's very easy to move one of the pucks.

    If you need multiple LAN sockets then buy a switch. These are usually plug-and-play. Ex. Netgear GS 105, or GS 108.

    Each new home router usually has firmware problems for 1-2 years after launch. Then the router is mature. Google's router is now a year old and sometimes tends to disconnect the internet in iOS devices. Turning on and off Wi-Fi on the phone / iPad itself will reconnect. No direct disturbing bug.

    If you have 1 GB network and want full bandwidth value by being able to stream 100 netflix movies simultaneously over your WiFi then this is probably the wrong product. Google WiFi is unlikely to handle more than 10+ contemporary Netflix movies.

    If you're not out with any smaller bugs, like all new home outfits, buy an enterprise grade router like Ubiquity and a Ubiquity Access Point, spend some nights reading, drilling and pulling ugly cables. Have installed Ubiquity at work and they have amazing support. Not a bug as far as the eye reaches.
  • Very good
    2 years ago
    Updated: 2 years ago
    Quick and easy installation.
    Good range.
    Takes through thick walls.
    Handsome. Do not have to be guessed.

    If you already have a working infrastructure, you will have trouble with double night.

    Also becomes circumstances with IPTV using VLAN.

    Sometimes low speed, when it chooses 2.4 Ghz instead of 5 Ghz, it is believed that you are nearby.
  • Decent
    2 years ago
    Updated: 2 years ago
    Well.
    Losses a little too often with each other. Be the first time I walked between the floors as it was approved. In one month I have moved about them 2 times.
    Living in concrete house with basement and concrete walls.
    Speaks much worse with Apple TV than chrome cast (explanatory).
  • Excellent
    2 years ago
    Updated: 2 years ago
    Perfect for those who find it difficult to network! The app takes care of everything, even if space does not provide a good signal between the devices. Do not need to sit directly on the router as said,
    I have the default device on a switch, making it easier to place and not to see a ugly router.

    + app, easy to install and stylish
    - the price (got them for under 2790: - then hit)
  • Excellent
    2 years ago
    Updated: 2 years ago
    Easy to set up, good speed and coverage. Family Wifi that allows you to group devices into groups (which you can then schedule to pause, estimated as parent). Ability to add multiple accounts (google account) as administrators. Good, simple and smooth app. Easy to set up a guest network.
    ERROR **** IP networks can not be self-defined. Standard becomes 192.168.86.0/24 ..... *** FAIL

    After a new update, you can determine the LAN IP network yourself.! :)
    / Johan