Having Ethernet cabling in your home provides a large advantage in terms of the WiFi speeds you can achieve.
When Ethernet is not available throughout the home, which is the case of most people, our pods will use WiFi to backhaul the traffic to your modem. However, if you have Ethernet in your home, you can connect the pods to the Ethernet jacks in the home and the backhaul traffic will travel over the Ethernet cable. This leaves more airtime available for the WiFi network for increased WiFi speeds.
To have multiple pods backhauling over Ethernet, they will need to be wired to a router upstream that is handling all routing functions and ensure Plume's Network Mode is set to Auto (Bridge). You cannot connect a pod directly to another pod by Ethernet.
If you are not using the Ethernet port for backhaul connections, you can use the port for connections to your clients, like an XBOX or desktop PC.