"The mesh access points for both eero and Google Wi-Fi are identical, which means you can select any unit as your main router. Each eero unit has two Gigabit Ethernet ports. When setting up your primary access point, you can plug your modem into either port and it will automatically detect the Internet connection and configure that port as your WAN connection. The other port can be used as a standard LAN port to connect wired devices or a network switch. You can also use the Ethernet ports on your wirelessly-connected mesh access points to connect an Ethernet-only device to your network. The connection between this device and your primary router will still be limited by that wireless hop between the access points, but it gives you a method of connecting older devices which lack Wi-Fi capability, such as A/V receivers or game consoles."
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