Also, this is the response I got from Eero tech support. I have since moved my sense monitor to my guest network so it no longer runs through Eero’s ad blocking filters. I would expect the ad blocks will go away altogether, meaning my sense will be able to reach whatever sense servers it was trying to more now…
Jeremy (eero Customer Support)
Jun 12, 11:01 AM CDT
Thanks for getting in touch with us at eero. Currently there are no configurable options for the ad block option in eero plus, aside from on or off. Taking a further look into this product, I have an idea which may help out with this.
Since most the eero plus features including ad block are based on DNS, the Sense could be connected to your eero guest Wi-Fi network instead, as that uses different DNS, and does not have the ad block feature as well.
To enable the guest network, open the eero app. Next, go to the menu in the top left corner (3 lines) and select “Guest Access”, then tap “enable”. a little below this is “Network Password”, select on this to see the guest network password. This is going to be a randomly generated password, we’ll just leave it this way for testing.
Once you have created this guest network, you can connect Sense to the guest network which would not have the ad blocking or eero plus taking place.
Jeremy | eero Support