Dec 1, 11:31 PM MST
I work from home doing customer service. I would like to integrate your mesh Wi-Fi into my current system.
I currently use and Motorola bgw210 - 700 modem / router. I would like to continue to use this equipment because it has multiple ethernet ports. I also have AT&t internet provider with their high speed 1000 . Furthermore, all of my entertainment devices are currently connected to Logitech Harmony hub and Amazon Alexa. Because I am disabled person, I also want to use a lot of smart devices in my home. Our current service already shows up to 25 things day connected to the Wi-Fi. Our home is no more than 2000 square feet.
With this knowledge, can you tell me what the best work from home setup would be for my home. I was looking at the Samsung mesh Network. While at the same time understanding that I would like to make the whole entire house smart. I don’t mind utilizing the three pack if that would be sufficient for needs. However I can go with the pro if necessary. Also at some point I will be relocating to a one to two bedroom apartments in the future. The smarter the home the better for me I think as a disabled person. If I did get three packs I would like to put them on opposite ends of the home with the main Samsung device connected to my AT&t device via ethernet cable. Also, what if any additional equipment well I need to make this happen? I’ve never really been good at setting up but once I learn how to operate within the system, I do well. Please provide me your recommendations on which products to buy and if any additional accessories are needed. If there was any way you could explain how to set this up as well I would appreciate it? I’m trying to be very these home so you have all the information you need. I want the system to be able to go with me. I was also thinking one home pro + two of the other home device? I will follow these instructions to the letter, so any detail, configuration, or recommendation will be utilized. I had a very bad experience with Logitech Harmony oh, and I don’t want to repeat it. I’m hoping I can tell everyone that Samsung is the way to go. Thank you for your help in advance.