The eero app lets you manage your network from the palm of your hand, so you’ll know how many devices are connected and the Internet speed you’re getting from your ISP. The app also allows you to configure advanced settings like DHCP, NAT, DNS, UPnP, Port Forwarding, and flux capacitation.
Parental controls shouldn’t be one-size-fits-all: they should be tailored to each individual’s age and specific needs. With Family Profiles, manage your family’s screen time by creating profiles, setting schedules, managing devices, and pausing the internet for bedtime or important family moments like dinner. Now, the only thing standing between you and a great family game night is your family.
It may be out-of-sight, out-of-mind once you set it up, but think about the personal data transmitted over your network. eero is protected with state-of-the-art WPA2 encryption, and because it controls the hardware and the software for your entire network, it ensures that you’re always secure.
Since traditional routers don’t push software updates to their customers, they are left vulnerable to cyber attacks. eero updates automatically so that you not only have the latest features, but the latest security.Learn how eero keeps your network safe and sound
The mysterious silver bullet to many a WiFi woe is to unplug your router, then plug it back in. It’s like blowing on a Nintendo cartridge: a not-so-modern trick. eero regularly runs checkups so your network is always at its best. In the unlikely event that there’s an issue, your system can automatically reboot an individual eero (or multiple eeros) to fix the problem.
Digging through the kitchen drawer and rattling off a 16-digit alphanumeric password from an old Post-it note is crazy. With eero, you invite your friends to join your network straight from the eero app — it can be as simple as sending a text. Plus, you can create an entirely separate guest network with the push of a button. Sure, they’re your friends, but every relationship needs boundaries.
eero comes with more memory and power than currently needed to zap WiFi to every corner of your home. That makes it possible to add features and improve performance over time just by pushing an update from the cloud.