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Need for speed!!!

Aruba Employee

As I’m GoKarting my MINI around the city, I always gravitate towards the fastest or least congested lane. I'm the same way when it comes to Wi-Fi, always wanting to go faster.

 

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Contending with Wi-Fi interference is like being stuck behind a slow driver in the fast lane. You can deal with it by honking, flashing your high beams or tailgating – none of which are recommended. Or you can simply change lanes and go around the problem.

 

All Aruba APs are enterprise-grade. That means they can tell what’s causing interference and automatically change to a better channel for faster Wi-Fi.

 

Other vendors claim they do it too, but it’s always good to test those claims to see if they work as advertised.

 

Watch this video and you’ll see what I’m talking about. As you can see in the video, not all APs work as advertised.

 

 

P.S: Please try this at home :smileywink:

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Aruba Employee

The Meraki AP probably had to go ask Chambers for permission to change channels.

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