Thanks for the tip, but were the American regulations based on safety concerns, and did we or did we not not adopt them here?
I don't desperately need a better wireless signal, as I already use a homeplug upstairs. In fact a better signal might have the undesired effect of interfering with discrimination, in terms of automatic connection. The signal is relatively well zoned as it is, but it does tend to hang on to the homeplug from time to time, even when you walk back into the room with the router in it. Extra overlap could get really annoying,
The buffer bloat thing is much more interesting though. Do you have a link with some more detailed info?
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