I am looking for some support setting up a new Google Nest WiFi  as a replacement to my existing BT HomeHub [/edit]. My current setup is:
Fibre to Premises + BT openreach modem (ONT) + BT Homehub
After Downloading the Google home App, It tries to connect the Wi-Fi to the internet but says it can’t connect. It then gives me the option to input the WAN settings. On the WAN settings page I have the option to select DHCP, static IP or or PPPOE. I have done some googling prior to posting this message and the general feedback seems to be to enter the PPPOE username as email@example.com / firstname.lastname@example.org and password of either ‘ ‘ (space), ‘bt’ or just left blank (which google home app does not let you do).
after saving the settings the Google home app attempts to connect to the Internet again. However the problem of no connection persists and the Google home app asks me to re-enter the wide area network settings again.
I’d be very grateful for some help and assistance. Many thanks in advance,
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Are you attempting to connect the Google nest router to the Hub? The hub is no longer required, connect the Google router directly to the ONT.
The correct PPPoE credentials are email@example.com password isn't needed for BT but if Google requires one, BT will suffice.
Might be worth a factory reset of the Google Nest and try again with the PPPoE settings posted. VLAN id is not required with FTTP by the way in case you had set that to 101.
I’ve just factory reset the Google Nest Wi-fi and re-entering the credentials you mentioned but it still will not connect.
any other suggestions?
I'm afraid not, that should be all you need to do.
after a 2nd factory restart, it now works. Thanks for the help