Customer has a large facility. We have installed Netgear N300 WAPs throughout the facility and we are having problems in one location. The location in question is the only place in the facility that has Apple devices.
They are connecting to the WAP with Apple TV and a MacBook. The are using the Apple software to connect the two through the Netgear WAP. If they run a presentation to the TV, it seems to run fine. If they then attempt to connect to the Internet on the MacBook, the audio and/or video stutters. I have also noticed that simply streaming internet videos from the MacBook to the AppleTV can have stutter issues.
The WAP is an 802.11n WAP. Does the WAP act as a "switch" between wireless devices, or does the traffic flow from the MacBook, to the WAP, to the Ethernet switch, back to the WAP, to the Apple TV?
I am trying to isolate the potential causes before we start throwing expensive wireless equipment in there, just to find out that the WAP was not the problem.