After Linksys accidentally posted an imminent update of HomeKit compatibility for their Velop mesh routers on their website (it turns out it wasn't imminent ...), now it seems that Eero, owned by Amazon, has beaten them to the finish line, with the announcement of a year's update to Eero and Eero Pro Routers, that's what he said at their alignment.
HomeKit routers offer three levels of security, which are:
If you are lucky enough to already have a pro Eero or Eero configuration, to upgrade your router, make sure you are already on firmware version 3.18, then go to the Discover section of the Eero application, where you will see an upgrade option for HomeKit functionality.
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