Bring fast, reliable WiFi home.

A Mid-Hudson WiFi Solution. eeros work together to deliver fast, reliable WiFi to every room of your home — no slow spots, dead spots, drop offs, or buffering. Blanket your home in fast, reliable WiFi.

 

Fast, reliable, and secure wifi throughout the home.

eero is the new standard for home wifi. Dual-band Wi-Fi increases your internet’s efficiency and reduces network congestion. Stay connected with support for speeds up to a gigabit at the gateway—even as you add 75+ devices. Set up in minutes and get ongoing updates, a built-in smart home hub, and more.

Mid-Hudson Wifi - Fast in-home Wifi powered by eero

Wifi ready right out of the box.

Set up your wifi in minutes. Simply download the app, plug your eero into your existing modem, and find out where to best place your eero devices.

Made for your home.

eero gets to know your home and optimizes for its layout, your connected devices, and overall network usage. The result is faster speeds, greater coverage, and a more reliable connection.

Mid-Hudson Wifi - Fast in-home Wifi powered by eero
eero Secure

See what’s happening.

See your network speed, find out which devices are connected, and make sure each eero is working properly.

eero Secure

Additional security and safety features to elevate your wifi experience.

Wifi so good, you’ll forget what buffering feels like.

WiFi FAQ

  • If you’re having trouble with your eero or modem connection when setting up your gateway eero, here are a few things to check:

    1. Make sure your gateway eero is connected to your modem via the Ethernet cord provided in the box.
      • It should clip snuggly into your gateway eero and one of the Ethernet ports on your modem. (Note: Be sure to plug the ethernet cord into the correct port on your modem.
    Read more about: Troubleshooting your eero or modem connection
  • eero uses a single SSID that allows devices to live on both the 2.4 and 5 GHz radio frequency. This ensures your devices are able to move along eero’s mesh efficiently, delivering the highest results to the devices throughout your entire home.

    Some devices require the use of the 2.4 GHz frequency. These devices are still usable with eero. If you are experiencing an issue with any particular device, we recommend referring to the manufacturer to see if they have any recommended steps.

    Read more about: Can I set my eeros to use the 2.4 or 5 GHz frequency?
  • As with all routers, resetting your eero(s) can be a useful troubleshooting step. We generally recommend deploying simpler steps—such as power cycling your eero by unplugging its power cable, waiting 30 seconds, and plugging it back in—before attempting a reset.

    If you do need to reset your eero, you can do so through the eero app or by hitting the small reset button located on the back of the device (1st-generation), pushing the reset button on the back (2nd-generation),

    Read more about: How do I reset my eero?
  • Strategically placing your eeros is the single most important step you can take to ensure your system provides fast, reliable WiFi to every room in your home. While there isn’t a one-size-fits-all solution for placement, we’ve put together a list of some of our favorite tips to help you find the perfect spots to place your eeros.

    Each home is different. Where you place your eeros will depend on the layout of your home and the materials used in its construction.

    Read more about: Where should I place my eeros?
  • If you run into any trouble during setup or when adding a new eero to your existing network, you may need to take additional troubleshooting steps to correct the issue.

    If you encounter one of the error messages described below, simply follow the associated instructions.

    Bluetooth is off

    During the setup process, if your phone’s Bluetooth is off, you will be prompted to turn it on to complete setup. It is suggested to have Bluetooth on so that your eero can both pair with your existing network and complete registration of your eero.

    Read more about: Help! I’m having trouble adding an additional eero to my network