No, not really. An Intranet is normally used in an office environment which has a more complicated setup that may require you to hire an IT professional. The Nest Wifi Router on the other hand, together with the Nest Wifi Points, can work as a Wi-fi mesh network system that gives you a more simplified setup and management system for your network. It also replaces your traditional router to provide you with a reliable Wi-Fi network coverage throughout your home. As for your Nest Hello Doorbell, we recommend contacting our support team since we may need to take a closer look at the issue to come up with a resolution to fix it. You can reach out to us at the Google Nest help page using this link: https://support.google.com/googlenest/gethelp
Yes. Nest Wifi works with most Internet Service Providers including Verizon Fios. You can connect it directly to your modem using an Ethernet cable to set it up and get an internet connection.
Nest Wifi works with most internet services including DSL. If you have a modem and router combo, you may run into a double NAT (Network Address Translation) as both your combo and the Nest Wifi router will be broadcasting their own private networks with identical SSID and password. We recommend disabling the Wi-Fi functionality of your combo to avoid this issue. You can find more info here: https://support.google.com/googlenest/answer/6277579
Yes, the power input range for Nest Wifi is 100V - 240V. So any input level within this range should work.
Hi An, Ideally, Nest Wifi router can cover up to 2,200 sqft. Each additional Nest Wifi point will extend Wi-Fi coverage by up to 1,600 sqft. So one Nest Wifi router and one Nest Wifi point can help cover up to 3,800 sqft but where they are placed, the layout of your house, and physical obstructions like furniture can impact the total coverage. As a general rule, Nest Wifi points work best when they’re no more than two rooms away from each other. For an estimate of how much Wi-Fi coverage you’ll get with Nest Wifi and a guide to how many Wifi points you need check here: https://support.google.com/googlenest/answer/7182840
Nest Wifi comes with a main Nest Wifi Router variant, which is AC2200 capable, and an extendable Nest Wifi Point that supports AC1200.
Yes, Google Nest Wifi is the 2nd generation Wi-Fi mesh system by Google. Google Nest Wifi router offers wider coverage with its 4x4 radio, and faster processing speeds while Google Nest Wifi points extend the Wi-Fi coverage and function as Google Assistant-enabled speakers. You can find more details here: https://support.google.com/wifi/answer/9583920
smaller than a loaf of bread, bigger than your cup of coffee.