Google mesh Wi-Fi router is one of the best choices for people who want to leverage their wireless internet connection to establish a wired connection. However, if you have set up the router but there is no internet error, we are recommending some solutions that you can try!
Fixing Google Mesh Wi-Fi No Internet:
- Connections & Cables
First of all, you have to be careful about the connections and cables, so inspect the network infrastructure for damaged, disconnected, or loose cables. First of all, you have to ensure that the Ethernet cable is connected to the Google Wi-Fi router securely or the primary WAN port of the router. In case any of these cables are damaged, make sure to replace them timely.
Secondly, you must check the router, modem, and Wi-Fi points to make sure they are all turned on and aren’t loose at all. Last but not least, you must ensure that the modern is connected to the primary internet source, such as fiber or DSL provider’s line that’s coming into your home.
- Reboot The Router & Points
The second solution that you can try is to reboot the Google router as well as the points and internet modem. For this purpose, you’ve to follow the below-mentioned sequence;
- Turn off the network devices, including the router, modem, and other Wi-Fi devices. You have to ensure that all the lights are turned off to make sure they don’t have power
- Then, reconnect the modem and wait for two to three minutes to ensure it boots up completely
- Now, connect the Ethernet cables to make sure they are securely plugged into the ports
- The next step is to reconnect the router and give it a minute to boot up
- Lastly, if you have other network equipment, you have to reconnect them as well and try using the internet
The third solution is to check the configuration. Since Google router works on the DHCP configuration, you won’t have to change the network configurations related to DHCP. Instead, you’ve to adjust the WAN settings from the Google Home smartphone app. In case you are using the fiber or DSL connection, you have to add the PPPoE username and passwords in the modem field to allow internet access. On the other hand, if your internet service provider has provided a static IP, you’ve to add static IP information in the WAN tab of the app.
- Call The ISP
If nothing seems to work, we recommend that you contact the internet service provider to ask about the internet connection. To begin with, you’ve to rule out the network outage or ask the internet service provider if he changed the internet settings (if he changed the PPPoE credentials or static IP, you will have to update them in the Google Home app to optimize the internet connection).
On a concluding note, if there are still some internet errors, you could factory reset the router to clear the bad settings, as it helps improve the internet connectivity.