|Jun 22, 2011, 09:18 AM||#1|
Multiple Air Ports in house
I was thinking about getting the air port extreme, but I have machines in the basement of my house, as well as on the 2nd floor. Don't know if one air port is going to reach all this.
If I put one in the basement, will it interfere with the one on the 2nd floor?
|Jun 22, 2011, 10:38 AM||#2|
Yes and no to your question.
The second AP (Access Point) won't interfeer if you have it set for a different channel.
If your plan is to stay with Wireless G technology, despite there being 11 channels to pick from. Channels 1, 6, and 11 are the best channels to pick, as they don't overlap/interfeer with each other.
eg: Set basement for channel 1 and the upstairs for channel 6.
You may have to set things for 6/11 if there is other interference in your house
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