matt at frozenatom.com
Sat Jan 16 15:53:13 MST 2010
I've had good and bad. I HATE linksys when it comes to 802.11n. I finally
got 2 trendnet accesspoints and have loved them. I have not had to do
anything, reboot, etc since setting them up. This may be to them being only
a AP, and not a router, etc.
I was able to pick them up for $30 a piece at the time.
On Sat, Jan 16, 2010 at 3:42 PM, Bryan Sant <bryan.sant at gmail.com> wrote:
> On Sat, Jan 16, 2010 at 3:15 PM, Stuart Jansen <sjansen at buscaluz.org>
> > Has anyone had a good experience with 802.11n? Can you recommend a
> > reliable access point?
> > I'd like to get a new access point for home, but so far my experience
> > with 802.11n has been pretty poor. It's great when it's working, but
> > prone to losing association and refusing to re-associate. Unfortunately
> > I don't know if that's because the access point at work is crap, the
> > Intel wireless in T61p is crap, or both.
> > Help me Obi-Wan Plug! You're my only hope!
> I have a D-Link 655 that I picked up from Costco. I frequently lost
> association with the access point until I enabled WPA2 encryption. It
> seems that if encryption was disabled, my wireless clients (both Linux
> and Windows) would constantly seek for the strongest signal, which
> would sometimes try to connect to near-by Digis or other unencrypted
> WISP signals. Once I enabled encryption it seems that my clients
> would then "hone in" on only my AP and none other. I haven't read
> anything to back up this anecdote, but I wonder if you or other have
> had similar issues.
> Once WPA2 encryption was enabled, my connections have been solid.
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