We have an Aironet 350 access point within range of a users Logitech Cordless iTouch keyboard/mouse combo - the result of which being that whenever the access pont is turned on the leyboard/mouse stops working!
Can someone please recommend a solution more elegant than moving our access point out of range of the keyboard?
I didnt know there was a cordless keyboard/mouse in the 2.4 GHz space but it doesnt surprise me. You can try forcing the access-point to use a certain frequency but if the mouse/keyboard frequency hops, this wont work long-term. Maybe Logitech can help you nail down the frequency it uses. We ended up having to replace our 2.4 Cordless phones with 900 MHz to fully eliminate the problem.
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