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Use your Google Fiber Network Box

The Google Fiber Network Box (GFRG110 or GFRG100) connects by Ethernet cable directly to your Fiber Jack. Its dimensions are 8" W x 8" D x 1.5" H.

When it is properly connected, the LED on the front of the Network Box lights up solid blue. If the LED does not light up solid blue about 2 minutes after being connected to power, contact Google Fiber customer support.

The Network Box serves as a router, which provides Internet service for your home networks. You can connect computers and other devices to the Network Box using Ethernet cables or the wireless networks it provides. A maximum of four devices can be wired to the Network Box using Ethernet cables.

If you want to add more wired devices, you can connect a gigabit Ethernet switch. Connecting directly to the Network Box provides the fastest speeds on your network.

The Network Box supports a maximum of 16 wireless devices. As the number of connected devices approaches 16, however, performance degrades dramatically.

Google Fiber uses open source components (some of which are licensed under GPL). You can find our repository of open source code at code.google.com/p/gfiber.

 

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