There are prior discussions but so I'll keep it short. In a mesh the packets just bounce around finding the best path. There are long discussions about what best is. So if the nodes are placed well then it just works.
Very nice for getting the Internet in an odd house where the owner won't place the usual router in the correct location.
Hello, I am thinking about getting mesh wifi, such as Eero, Velop, Google Wifi, etc and have a general question about how mesh wifi work.
If I put the main base (corner of the house, upper level) and a "Node 1" in the middle of the house and "Node 2" which is even further away from the main base, does the "Node 2" still work directly off the main base or does "Node 1" work as some sort of bridge? In another word, would the Node 2 have same connectivity with the base as Node 1? thank you