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Too many WLANs…

Posted by jpluimers on 2015/09/21

32 WLANs just on the ground floor…

The top floors are even worse. Some of them are mine, so I want to find a seamless handover for that. Which I only can do if I’ve merged my various networks that connect to the WiFi devices into a big one.

That requires a good but competitively priced multi-WAN router which I’m still searching for: any hints for such a device are welcome as well as configuration tips.

Some people seem to love Ubiquity, even for seamless. Are those straightforward to configure?

–jeroen

PS: Converted from my Fritz!Box copied Wireless Radio Networks table

Easily create tables in extended Markdown format supported by Markdown Here and GFM.

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