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Engenius Access Points

Posted on 2013-05-21
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Hi
     I have approximately 2 outdore and 5 indore engenius access points installed at home .

ENH200EXT= OUTDORE (2)
EAP350 =INDORE (5)

Now I am facing an issue if disconnection of access points if I travel from one place to another with in the wifi network ( as it gets disconnected and reconnects with the new access point ) the flow is not smooth.
kindly help me out with the same .
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It depends on whether there is consistent continuous coverage or not.  If not, then there will be dropouts as you move around.

It depends on the wireless software on your computer.  Some may switch faster than others.

Consider that in order to switch, the computer has to decide that the original signal is no longer viable.  Does that require a dropout or is it based on signal to noise ratio in a consistent continuous coverage situation?

So, it's not clear what kind of help is possible unless there are answers to all these questions.  And, none of these questions are easy to address...

Maybe more specifics??
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thanks
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