Re: Google wifi wireless router and jaws

Kelly Pierce

Those are also my thoughts. If it has a Web interface, then you should
be able to do what you need from your browser. Have you done a google
search for a manual with the model number of the router? Often a PDF
is available.

If a company is used to providing zero customer service, it likely
will follow the same pattern in other products. Google is now getting
into hardware with phones and now routers. The company has not
demonstrated whether it can support and service the hardware products
it designs and markets. With the recent Pixel 2, the screen suffered
from ghosting and Google did not apologize for this manufacturing


On 2/20/18, Sieghard Weitzel <> wrote:
Pretty much all routers use a web interface and I have had various models
from Netgear, Cisco/Linksys, D-Link and Asus and rarely was I not able to do
most of what I needed to do. The fact is that apart from changing the
default password which is incredibly important and amazinly it is not
something many people do there isn't much the average user has to do.

-----Original Message-----
From: <> On Behalf Of Val Paul
Sent: Tuesday, February 20, 2018 10:32 AM
Subject: Re: Google wifi wireless router and jaws

Yes, I believe that's the one he was talking about, but i didn't know
anything about them, and infact, hadn't even heard of them

He did say though, they were a bit expensive. He was just wondering if they
would work with Jaws that was all

On 20/02/2018 16:39, Sieghard Weitzel wrote:
If Val is referring to the google Mesh routers then at least their
high-end units are among the most expensive in the industry, definitely
not a cheap product which is subsidised by Google because it helps them to
collect more information about you.

-----Original Message-----
From: <> On Behalf Of Kelly Pierce
Sent: Tuesday, February 20, 2018 8:36 AM
Subject: Re: Google wifi wireless router and jaws

I don’t know about this router. What I do know is how the big, wealthy
internet-based technology companies make their money. Companies like
Google, Facebook and Twitter offer virtually zero customer service and
support. If they did, their offerings would not be free or cheap.
Apple charges more for its products, but it delivers a fantastic


On 2/20/18, Val Paul <> wrote:
Hi everyone!

Had a visit from my nephew today, and he has just purchased the google
wifi wireless. According to him, its brill! He was asking me if this
would work with Jaws, but as he's the only one i know who's using it,
i couldn't tell him.

Has anyone tried this, and if so, does it work well with Jaws?

I would also be interested in people's opinion on this.

My nephew is very interested in what works for us, and what doesn't!

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