Currently Being ModeratedJun 17, 2012 5:57 AM (in response to fsze88)
So, is there a way that automatically switching from weak wifi signal to the stronger one?
Sorry, no. Why do you have different networks in your house? What you should do is "Extend" your existing network, not setup different networks.
Currently Being ModeratedJun 17, 2012 6:50 AM (in response to wjosten)
I found a solution to solve it out.
I just setting all of the wifi device having same
SSID, Channel, Security Option, Encryption Method and password.
I seem works
Currently Being ModeratedApr 2, 2013 9:43 PM (in response to wjosten)
The disadvantage of extending one network is that broadband speed declines a lot, to an unacceptable degree.
I have a house with 3 foot thick stone walls, and have to have three separate Wi-Fi networks, one of which I have extended with an additional Airport device (four Airport devices in all). We are using six IOS devices and two laptops on the network.
Our IOS devices are not good at switching to a relatively stronger signal, even though all three networks are in the devices memory. The weakening signal seems to have to "disappear completely " before they switch to the stronger one, even though data transmission is breaking down on the weaker network.
Surely there must be a software fix for this?
Currently Being ModeratedJun 19, 2013 3:46 AM (in response to fsze88)
Hi, I have the same problem... I have set all 3 Wi-Fi extenders to the same settings with except for the SSID which Virgin media won’t let me.. And all 3 Wi-Fi points are registered within my ipad also other gear, I can guarantee if there is an interruption in service quality it will be down to the unit not switching over to the stronger Wi-Fi point.... very frustrating but easily manually switched over, there must be a fix out there, regards Greg.