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Yes, you will have double NAT which might effect some network applications ( mainly gaming ). I don't believe the Telus Smarthub does a bridging mode so their NAT can't be disabled.
Colin Smillie
· November 22, 2020
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Yes it would be. You would just have to disable the wifi option on your Hitron modem so you weren't broadcasting two wifi networks. These routers are great. I've had them for almost a month now and I'm very impressed with them.
Candidor
· November 26, 2020
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Yes. I have devices that only work with 2.4Ghz and they are able to connect to the eero
ikkebr
· November 13, 2020
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Not on the eero 6. The extenders don’t support that
ikkebr
· November 13, 2020
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Plug it into your modem and Eero will now be your new wifi. You can plug one other device directly into the Eero. The Eero is manely for improving your WiFi. It works great for me and a client has also bought Eero.
Dirk Jansen
· April 13, 2021
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These aren't modems and only have ethernet, you'll need to connect these to your modem and your modem to your fiber connection.
Autumnbolt
· August 6, 2021