How big is your home? Maybe 3 nodes is not enough?
Do you have other people or appliances on the network? You may want to enable Optimize for voice and video conference if someone is consuming all the bandwidth.
You may also want to enable band steering.
You also didn't specify what device you were using in your testing. Also, how old is your home? what is it constructed out of? dense stuff like brick,rock,metal will block signals and create deadzones.
lemonboy wrote: ↑ 1. C7 was the old router I am using to compare with the Eero. Bridged a modem/router combo and using cat6 to connect to eero.
2. No extenders. Regular suburbs
4. Right now it’s set up in a “V” shape throughout the house.
5. I will try this.
6. Will try.
7. By “spotty” I mean the wireless bars on a phone or laptop would drop (full to 2), pages take longer to load downstairs than upstairs, sometimes have to switch to data instead of home wifi for work meetings.
8. I will try rearranging the eeros. All are away from other electronics on their own stand.