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Google will release a software update for the new Nest WiFi Pro early next week to address the slow internet speeds experienced by some users. According to a report, the product head of Google Nest WiFi said that the company is currently investigating reports of users experiencing low internet speed on the Nest WiFi Pro router, and its teams are also working to fix it. Is doing.
Launched the Nest WiFi Pro Mesh Router last month
Google last month launched the Nest WiFi Pro mesh router, which supports faster Wi-Fi 6a, capable of delivering speeds of up to 5.4Gdps. It also adds a 6GHz band to help reduce network congestion and automatically adjusts “network performance to reduce interference”.
Users had complained
However, a few days back some users reported on Google Nest forums about an issue caused by download and upload speeds capped anywhere from 40Mbps to 90Mbps. According to a media report, users said that their old Nest WiFi Pro, which supports only Wi-Fi 5, outperformed the new device.
However, these problems do not affect everyone who has purchased a new router. It primarily affects users in the UK who use the Point-to-Point Protocol over Ethernet (PPPoE) network.
According to the report, many digital subscriber lines (DSL) providers use this system, which requires users to configure them with a name and password for their router. Based on reports on the forum, the issue has been reported to affect other parts of the US and Europe, as well as users with Fiber, the report said.