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What is the specific model of the router provided from your internet provider? Do you get a few static ip's with your internet package or just dynamic? I am using a CISCO ASA series to do a very similar configuration. [We divide bandwidth based on branch offices] Your HP device is a switch it would be better to setup two routers behind the providers ...
If the setting mentioned is set to all-user profiles and Wifi is still dropping, you may need to log into an admin account and connect to the network. One of our machines at work would disconnect when switching users, making remote control difficult as the user had standard user rights. What I did was log in as admin when I was local to the machine and ...
Connect to your existing network, without question. Not only will this reduce RF noise, but it will also greatly simplify the instructions you'll need to provide to the users of these devices.
The answer is that it really depends on your specific environment. Without many more details, no one can answer this for you. However we can provide some guidance that may help you in making this decision. Each infrastructure or AP wireless device you have on a channel (in the same area) will increase the amount of "air time" on that channel used by ...
Focus on the changes you made that could have impacted this. You made changes to the Aironets, and now 1/2 your wireless PCs are impacted. You should be smart and simply revert those changes immediately, to restore service to your users. Then, you could test those changes one-by-one, preferably in a test environment, to see which of those changes (or ...
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