I am told by the tech that came by to upgrade my old ac gateway to the nah and the wifi hub that my old telus booster will not work anymore with the new equipment and proceed to take away all 3 of my booster including 2 of them that i paid for with my previous telus account telling me they are useless now anyways with the new wifi 6 equipment.. well my downstairs have no wifi signal at all coz the wifi 6 hub signal ain't penetrating downstairs and i no longer have any of the boosters and the NAH doesn't have wifi so they had to install a 2nd wifi hub and charging me $168 for it...
here's my question... why wouldn't the telus booster work with the nah/wifi 6 hub? sure if i want to connect them wirelessly to the wifi 6 hub it probably won't work?? but if i hardwire a ethernet cable to the wifi booster.. then it should work no?? my friend still have his wifi booster working even though he switched to shaw and just use a hardwire ethernet cable to the boosters.. so technically these booster should work with any modem/gateway if you hardwire them... so am i tripping to think that the tech have no clue what he's talking about and i'm getting screwed over to pay for an extra wifi hub?
customer service told me they are only responsible for providing internet to the NAH how u get the internet to end point ie your computers etc is not their repsonsibility. Even though i had it working before with telus equipment with the wifi booster etc to get wifi throughout the house and now they took away all my boosters and have a wifi hub in the furthest point of the house next to the tv away from everything else. and charging me extra for another wifi 6 hub just to get internet downstairs.
Please check my reply to your comment in a different topic. I didn't know you were considering only having one WiFi6 booster, but yes you can connect the old boosters to a MoCa device and they will get an IP which in turn gives you internet access when connected to their SSID. I'm not sure how you go about changing the boosters configuration (name, password, etc.), as I never tried to access my old boosters through the NAH IP portal. Maybe the NAH doesn't recognize them and shows as just another IP connected or maybe it does recognize them. You'll have to find out once you get there.