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EVE 20EAB9901 Apple HomeKit Smart Home Bluetooth Range Extender, White

by EVE
3.6 out of 5 stars 127 ratings

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  • Expand your reach to eight Bluetooth-enabled Eve accessories
  • Control Eve accessories from anywhere within your Wi-Fi network
  • Effortless setup – get connected in less than a minute
  • Absolute data privacy – what happens at home, stays at home

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Eve Extend expands your reach to Bluetooth-enabled Eve accessories in the furthest corners of your home, and beyond. From your second floor and garage to your wine cellar and terrace, no location is off-limits and no obstacle stands in the way. Effortless to install, Eve Extend connects directly to Eve accessories beyond the range of your iPhone or home hub. Whether checking basement humidity levels or activating your garden sprinkler, you seamlessly control your entire Eve ecosystem with ease. WiFi: Make sure that either the 2. 4 gigahertz band or the 5 gigahertz band is enabled on your router. The DHCP function must be activated on the router. Authentication via MAC addresses must be deactivated. All WiFi-based devices with HomeKit support require the Bonjour protocol (Multicast) to work. Make sure that Bonjour and Multicast are enabled on the WiFi router and additional access points. Network tools such as "Storm Control" and others, allow multicast to be restricted and therefore Bonjour. Disable this setting. So-called Powerline/PowerLAN adapters also restrict Bonjour or do not allow it. These access points are not suitable for the use of HomeKit-based WiFi devices.



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TigerC10
1.0 out of 5 stars Not Compatible With Google WiFi
24 September 2019 - Published on Amazon.com
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1.0 out of 5 stars Dead on arrival
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Phil
1.0 out of 5 stars Could not add devices
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Todd Shipp
5.0 out of 5 stars Bought two, like so much I’m buying a third
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