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Wifi problem?

  1. kill3r_tadej
    Froyo Mar 6, 2015

    kill3r_tadej , Mar 6, 2015 :
    I got problem with wifi... I got 2 routers. One upstairs and one downstairs in bridge mode. Problem comes when im down in room im connected to downsairs wifi, but some times when phone locks its look like it connect to upstairs wifi where signal is bad. How to fix this and if anyone else got same problem?
     

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  2. roor7
    Honeycomb Mar 6, 2015

    roor7 , Mar 6, 2015 :
    Got the same problem
    No solution now
    I didn't find the right tags to get something helpful on the internet
     

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  3. aspherical
    Jelly Bean Mar 6, 2015


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  4. atal852002
    Cupcake Mar 6, 2015

    atal852002 , Mar 6, 2015 :
    Dear friend,

    If you are getting problem with your wireless connection then why don't you go with a long range Wi-Fi router instead of creating bridge between two routers.

    You can go with TP-Link Router model TL-WA5830B which will provide you around .60 meter wireless courage and it will cost you around Rs. 5,000/-.
     

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  5. atal852002
    Cupcake Mar 6, 2015

    atal852002 , Mar 6, 2015 :
    Dear friend,

    If you are getting problem with your wireless connection then why don't you go with a long range Wi-Fi router instead of creating bridge between two routers.

    You can go with TP-Link Router model TL-WA5830B which will provide you around .60 meter wireless courage and it will cost you around Rs. 5,000/-.
     

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  6. atal852002
    Cupcake Mar 6, 2015

    atal852002 , Mar 6, 2015 :
    Dear friend,

    If you are getting problem with your wireless connection then why don't you go with a long range Wi-Fi router instead of creating bridge between two routers.

    You can go with TP-Link Router model TL-WA5830B which will provide you around .60 meter wireless courage and it will cost you around Rs. 5,000/-.
     

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  7. kill3r_tadej
    Froyo Mar 7, 2015

    kill3r_tadej , Mar 7, 2015 :
    No diffrend named SSID
     

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  8. aspherical
    Jelly Bean Mar 7, 2015

    aspherical , Mar 7, 2015 :
    If they're different the phone will always prefer one over the other, unless signal strength gets very low. To do what you want, they should both have the same SSID and encryption key and it will pick the strongest one.
     

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  9. Deactivated User
    Mar 7, 2015


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