Yes, a Google WiFi puck can serve as a point for Nest WiFi. Nest WiFi devices have a feature that allow them to act as a range extender, which can connect to and extend another WiFi network. This means that you can use a Google WiFi puck as a range extender for the Nest WiFi mesh network, or as a regular “point” in the mesh that provides the same coverage and performance as the other Nest WiFi devices.
Here is a link to detailed instructions on how to set up a range extender with Nest WiFi:
When setting up the range extender, be sure to follow the steps provided by Nest and Google carefully. If you run into any issues, don’t hesitate to reach out to their support teams.
Overall, a Google WiFi puck can be used as a point for Nest WiFi and can be an effective way to extend the range of your WiFi network.