Eero Homekit Secure Networking: Deep Dive

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Review

Having lived with the Eero Homekit Secure Networking for a few weeks now, I wanted to come back and try and answer some of the questions that came up during the first release. Hopefully this will help to answer some of the outstanding questions but I’m fairly sure that it will raise some more of them as we see Homekit Secure Networking appear on other platforms. ( Linksys Velop looks like the next one in line ).

Bottom Line

After living with this for a couple of weeks and turning it on and off without losing my Homekit Home I’m a lot more comfortable with Eero’s implementation of Homekit Secure Networking and generally with the new Homekit functionality. I still have concerns about the scalability of the Eero system and most likely won’t be able to run it long term because of the size of my network, but if you’re a normal user, I think that Eero and the HomeKit Secure networking can definitely add some ease of use and security to your smart home.

If you’ve got any questions, comments, or there’s something I missed covering in the review, please feel free to post below!

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