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How to mask out wireless by blocking a neighboring WiFi Access Point [closed]

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Slowest wireless client dictates the connection quality of all others?

Not sure if this is the place to ask this, but I couldn't find a more appropriate StackExchange site. I heard that the quality of wireless connection follows the law of the lowest common denominator - ...
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1answer
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config a router to act as a client and access another wireless router/network, wag120n

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I'm looking for an industrial grade (din mount, preferably weatherproof enclosure, no reboot every month like home APs, etc) Access Point / Bridge (802.11 b/g, dual radio) with APIs. The issue here ...
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Using two Cisco Aironet 1100's

Is it possible to use two of these both providing connectivity to the same network name for additional signal by having one plugged into a hot data port and having the other only powered by the AC? It ...