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Standard User MHC
(sensei) Fri 22-Jan-16 23:23:30
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Re: Maintenance-free fibre router?


[re: greenwich] [link to this post]
 
WAPs - Wireless Access Points.

The alarm is likely to be running at 868 MHz which sounds totally different to the 2.4 and 5 MHz bands used by WiFi. However, when transmitting the output power could be enough to saturate or swamp the front end of your WiFi receiver on the router - so yes it could be a potential problem.

At least if you cable to a WAP you should remove that possibility.


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Standard User greenwich
(member) Sat 23-Jan-16 18:23:58
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Re: Maintenance-free fibre router?


[re: greenwich] [link to this post]
 
Thanks, all. My learning journey continues. I've been reading up on WAPs, wifi extenders and powerline adaptors. So I have four choices now: those three and my original idea of just buying a better router. Not sure how to decide!
Standard User ian007jen
(committed) Sat 23-Jan-16 19:56:34
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Re: Maintenance-free fibre router?


[re: greenwich] [link to this post]
 
The plusnet routers are very good at the dsl connection....just poor at wifi; best to just add a WAP in my opinion.


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Standard User Timalay
(experienced) Sun 24-Jan-16 10:57:30
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Re: Maintenance-free fibre router?


[re: rockdoctor] [link to this post]
 
I can also vouch for the Hub One after getting one from Plusnet.

Edited by Timalay (Sun 24-Jan-16 10:57:43)

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