[pfSense] Replacing a Linux router with pfSense
bart at ravenslair.nl
Wed Sep 21 16:13:27 EDT 2011
It's called wisdom? Hmm...
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Namens Seth Mos
Verzonden: woensdag 21 september 2011 20:50
Aan: pfSense support and discussion
Onderwerp: Re: [pfSense] Replacing a Linux router with pfSense
Op 21 sep 2011, om 20:45 heeft Bart Grefte het volgende geschreven:
> Already ran inSSIDer few months back:
> (Probably worse by now.)
A friend of mine also receives 25 something accesspoints in the living room,
and had packet loss to the gateway. I've let him purchase a Linksys wrt320n
router which does b/g or a. He's switched to the A band and has been very
happy ever since.
> Lol, 13 isn't valid from an American point of view. Maybe Apple does
> not know we use it in Europe? :P
Apple uses the beacon packets from advertising access points to determine
the "region". It's called wisdom.
Which my Apple thinks is the US. Because of a neighbors AP.
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