"Hi Tom, thanks for reaching out! You can definitely connect more than three Google Wifi points. As each point covers up to 1,500 sq. ft., most houses will not need more than three. However, you can add as many as you need to cover your space. We've found that even very large homes don't need more than six points, though.
Hope this helps! Let me know if you have any more questions.
I want to replace some old Apple Time-Capsules in a friends place with an alternative MESH system.
Unfortunately, all the off-the-shelf offerings seem to only offer up to three access points with a coverage of around 5,000 square feet or so (circa 600sq yards/metres). The property has a footprint of around 32 x 30 yards/metres or just 900 sq yards/metres and therefore circa 8,000 sq feet.
If we purchased a three pack of Google or Linksys or TP-Link or whatever, can we then just continue extending with further nodes?
Sorry if it seems a dumb question but I've been unable to find out from the manufacturers' sites.
Thanks in advance, for any help and advice.