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  1. Thanks, @RyanE, that’s excellent!
  2. Does this work? If so, is it a regular connection or a crossover?
  3. It’s actually iOS13 that feels buggy to me to be honest. Looks like iOS13.1 is planned for the 24th already...
  4. Should I make them all the same or all different?
  5. Cisco Aironet is supposed to do this. I do indeed see that the access points have non-overlapping channels.
  6. Even right now I’ve been dropped off the Wi-Fi even though I’m not even moving and sitting on a chair with an access point directly underneath me.
  7. Yes, they are all hardwired and are running a recent version of their firmware. Roaming is enabled per Cisco’s Best Practices instructions which specifically mention Apple devices.
  8. A Ruckus access point is on its way!
  9. Thanks, @Dunamivora, I will investigate those alternatives.
  10. I have 1 access point in my basement, 1 on the 1st floor and 3 on the ground floor, in my garage on one side of the house, in my kitchen in the middle and back of the house, and finally one in our den at the other side of the house at the front. Drop happens when moving through the house or sitting in a single room, in particular our living room which is next to the kitchen and closish to the garage.
  11. Anyone have experience with these? Would 1 or 2 be enough for a 3800 sqft house? They claim 3000 ft range. Right now I’ve got 5 Cisco 1850 access points, but somehow my iPhone and iPad drop off frequently which is driving me up the wall. I’m guessing one needs to be a dealer to set these Pakedge access points up? Any other ideas to improve Wi-Fi with my current setup appreciated 🙂
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  13. Reading about it more, it’s not clear to me that these motors can both raise and lower the horizontal blinds as well as tilt those blinds.
  14. Thanks for the pointer. Looks like Sonesse 30 RTS and 40 RTS should be able to lift and tilt.
  15. Could anybody recommend me which system I could use to have integrated blinds that can both lift and tilt? So far I have only come across motors that tilt with manual lift. Our blinds will be more than 10 feet high and I’m only 6’8” so that doesn’t quite work...
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