Can I access an appointed Wifi (there are 2 Wifis with same SSID and password) to avoid interference

Discussion in 'General Discussion' started by blackantt, Jan 22, 2018.

  1. blackantt

    blackantt Serious Server Member

    Hi

    There are several public Wifi in a same place. they have same SSID and password, but maybe there are different channel. how to access the best one to avoid interference (I can't access)?

    for example:
    Wifi A: SSID is AB, signal is -60 , channel is 1 .
    Wifi B: SSID is AB, signal is -70 , channel is 6 .

    now I can't access and surf. I am sure it's because of interference.
    so
    1. can I select and connect to the Wifi B? (I think my pc will try to access Wifi A, cause the signal of A is stronger than B)
    2. there is a parameter (Wifi--properties--configure--Advanced--Ad Hoc Channel 802.11b/g) in my windows settings, if I change the default channel with that para., Can I decrease a little bit the interference (uplink interference)?
     
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