|eero Mesh Network|
Model: All Models
Bridged Access Points - Mesh networks need to have their access points (AP) bridged so the IP allocation from the DHCP server match. This can be an issue with the IP the controller receives from the AP and DNS server which will cause the DNS to fail when doing a network test. LEARN MORE
Bridge your eero devices by using following the instructions below:
- Open the eero app and tap SETTINGS (bottom right corner)
- Select ADVANCED.
- Select DHCP & NAT.
- Switch your selection from AUTOMATIC (recommended) to BRIDGE or MANUAL (for those running static IP)
- Click the SAVE button in the top right corner
Blocked From Network - If you notice a device that shouldn’t be on your network, you can restrict it from accessing the internet by blocking it from the connected device list.
If you’re using the iOS version of the app, tap on the HOME TAB to open the list of connected devices. You can tap on any device on this list, then scroll to the bottom of the menu that appears and select BLOCK FROM NETWORK to disable network access on that device.
Blocked devices will now appear in a new list that populates at the bottom of the home screen. You can tap on any device on this list to remove it from the block list, which will re-enable network access.
Name Controller - The Eero network may not allow unknown devices to connect. Please be sure to log in to the Eero software and name the irrigation controller if this is the case.