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  1. The community aspect of our hobby involves using technology to connect with each other and share. As a professional network and information technology guy, I would be happy to help anyone with advice and troubleshooting. I bet there are a lot of IT aquarium hobbyists here. I will start with one tip that really resonated with me from an enterprise WiFi seminar I attended: Use separate network names (SSIDs) for your 2.4 and 5GHz bands. 2.4 will often appear louder and get chosen first, even when a quieter 5GHz connection will provide much more bandwidth, especially for video. If you can sort your networks in order of preference on your devices, pick 5GHz first, with 2.4 as a fallback. Cheers, Jason 2.4 vs 5GHz on an old home AP. Upload would be much better on newer units like I run at work.
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