Yes, you can! Follow the connection process on your Sky Q box by selecting ‘Connect to a non-Sky network’, clicking on your network name and typing in your network key.
If you’re having problems with this connection, try the following tips.
Zyxel EX3301: Log onto the Zyxel online control panel and make the following changes:
Switch the router’s security mode. Click on the menu (≡ top right) and Network Settings, then scroll down to Security Mode. Select WPA2-PSK.
Split the channels on your router. Separating the channels will enable Sky to run on 2.4Ghz, which is its preferred band. Although it’s slower than the 5Ghz channel, it provides a more stable connection. Click on Wifi Settings in the menu, and untick ‘Keep 2.4Ghz and 5Ghz the same’, then Save. Your channels will now be separate.
eero: Using the eero app, switch off the 5Ghz channel while you connect your Sky Q box. This will give your Sky Q box time to create a stable connection using the 2.4Ghz channel. Your 5Ghz channel will automatically switch back on after five minutes.