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  1. Each access point will have a unique physical mac...

    Each access point will have a unique physical mac address that can be viewed with inSSIDer.
  2. Thread: What would I do?

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    First, the IP address you show 192.68.1.1 is...

    First, the IP address you show 192.68.1.1 is public and can only be used once on the public internet.
    The IP address you linked to 192.168.1.1 is private and can be used on all private networks....
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    40MHz channel width is not recommended on the 2.4...

    40MHz channel width is not recommended on the 2.4 GHz band because of adjacent channel interference. Unless your connection to your ISP is faster than your wireless speed, your internet connection...
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    Have you tried the support site for your WiFi...

    Have you tried the support site for your WiFi adapter or your laptop?
  5. It could be from some sort of industrial, medical...

    It could be from some sort of industrial, medical or scientific equipment. I recommend that you use a directional antenna to help locate the source.
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    You must configure the networking for AT&T. How...

    You must configure the networking for AT&T. How to do it depends upon the phone and operating system version. Typically there is a settings menu for networking. You can find out what the settings...
  7. You should concentrate on the thruput speed you...

    You should concentrate on the thruput speed you are getting, not the signaling rate. The signaling rates change rapidly depending on exactly what is happening. If protocol info such as a beacon is...
  8. You have not mentioned the brand and model of...

    You have not mentioned the brand and model of your PC. Have you run the hardware diagnostics from the manufacturer?
  9. Keep in mind that signaling rates are not an...

    Keep in mind that signaling rates are not an indication of thruput. On the 2.4 GHZ band using a single wide 20 MHz channel is recommended. Post a pic of inSSIDer table & graphics. If you have a...
  10. Unless 802.11 b and g are disabled on all of your...

    Unless 802.11 b and g are disabled on all of your wireless devices your router will run in mixed mode with lower basic rates. What does inSSIDer show for PHY type? You may be experiencing some type...
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    A move to 5G is probably the best choice.

    A move to 5G is probably the best choice.
  12. Thread: Total Newbie...

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    There are some excellent free training materials...

    There are some excellent free training materials on the MetaGeek WiFi Training and Education site.
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    It is very low level background noise. It won't...

    It is very low level background noise. It won't interfere with wifi.
  14. Thread: 2.4 Ghz noise?

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    The AP on channel 13 is creating interference for...

    The AP on channel 13 is creating interference for the AP on channel 11.
  15. Click on the thumbnail image.

    Click on the thumbnail image.
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    Link score is a feature of inSSIDer Office. ...

    Link score is a feature of inSSIDer Office. inSSIDer 4 indicates a recommended channel.
  17. I don't know of a way around this issue other...

    I don't know of a way around this issue other than using a locally assigned mac address.
    I suggest that you submit a support ticket directly to Metageek.
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    Are you sure it is your printer and not a port on...

    Are you sure it is your printer and not a port on a router?
    Only routers/access points are displayed by inSSIDer.
    Client devices are not.
  19. Thread: Is this radar ?

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    The spikes can be aeronautical radio navigation...

    The spikes can be aeronautical radio navigation in the non-DFS frequencies below 5250. The signals at 5250 can be for radio location. There can be other signal sources as well. What is the...
  20. I believe it is a function of the expanding use...

    I believe it is a function of the expanding use of technology. It seems that every piece of equipment is emitting rf energy these days. I've noticed the same thing in my "middle of 2 golf courses"...
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    Are you sure there isn't a wi-fi DAS running...

    Are you sure there isn't a wi-fi DAS running UNI-2 extended frequencies?
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    Sticky: That is one device using one channel.

    That is one device using one channel.
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    Weak background noise. Don't worry about it.

    Weak background noise. Don't worry about it.
  24. I'm not familiar with power line networking...

    I'm not familiar with power line networking products, but there may be a routing issue. Does it have an IP address on your local network?

    Is your computer configured to automatically connect to...
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    Transmit power is limited to 1 milliwatt by law. ...

    Transmit power is limited to 1 milliwatt by law. Power can be reduced but not increased above that limit. The default setting is full power. It is best to locate the router as high as possible in a...
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