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Fool question

Hello eveyone.

 

Sorry if this questions is fool, but I visited an Hotel because they have isssues with its wireless network, they have four Wavions antennas, but they're working on channels 3,9,10. This antennas give service to rooms, beach, lobbies etc. In some places like restaurants they have AP's ubiquiti working in channels 1,6,11.

 

The wavion Antennas work on 2.4 band. I think the wavion are using incorrect channels, because I know 2.4 band just can use channel 1,6,11.

 

I'm right or I get this wrong?

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Hall of Fame Super Gold

You're assumptions are

You're assumptions are correct.  Someone has misconfigured the channels.  

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Hall of Fame Super Gold

You're assumptions are

You're assumptions are correct.  Someone has misconfigured the channels.  

thanks Leo  

thanks Leo wink
 

New Member

U are not force to only use

U are not force to only use channels 1, 6 , 11

the reason you do is because they dont overlap (see the 2.4Ghz spectrum),

In your specifique case the problem is that channels 9 and 10 are overlapping each other.

Regards,

Juan

 

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