Same problem here. I use Google Wifi in a mesh with 3 units. Mesh networks are something a lot of IT minded people use, just like the first users that would buy Sense. It doesn't realy make sense (no pun intended). My set-up: Modem/router from operator -> Google Wi-fi with 3 points in mesh From Google Wi-fi Wireless -> Philips Hue, Google Home, Google Home Mini, Google Chromecast Ultra, Logitech Harmony, 5 end-point devices From Google Wired -> Switch to split From split -> Switch -> NAS, Logitech Harmony, Smart TV) From split -> Switch -> PC, 4G extender Where the heck do I put my Sense in order to have proper control? 1. For wired I could put it in a kind of bridge between Google Wi-fi and the rest, but I would miss out on all wireless. 2. Putting it between Modem and Google Wi-fi would mean I don't see which device is doing what. And I need to switch wi-fi to see something at all? I would love to protect my house and my IOT products with Sense, but this is why these products are still not the real solution for me... Or Sense should be able to replace Google wi-fi by adding mesh network options.
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