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wireless info on channels

Hi there,

if you have different SSID's  with the same chanell,
that are near to each other and at the same strength of each other.

Would this cause interference with each other.

for example..

SSID's                     Channel
car                              11
truck                            11
cycle                            11

Even though they are advertising different SSID's.
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AntonInf
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AntonInf
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waynesysopCommented:
Yes.
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AntonInfAuthor Commented:
So its best to have them on different channels..
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PapertripCommented:
Yes.  For best results leave some channels open in between.

SSID's                     Channel
car                              1
truck                            6
cycle                            11
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waynesysopCommented:
Check InSSider - google it and you can visually see where to stick it...
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Dave BaldwinFixer of ProblemsCommented:
You can see the bandwidth overlap in the graphs on this page: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/IEEE_802.11  Also note that it says that Wifi was created to connect cash registers in stores.  Wasn't really designed for how it's being used.
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AntonInfAuthor Commented:
ok thank you... do you know of software that can check if a particular AP is getting thrashed..
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