OT: Once more
bonnmike at gmail.com
Tue Jun 7 18:33:08 EDT 2016
Ah k. I'll have to see if I can find a high power tp-link for this. I like
the alpha i'm using now, but if a tp-link will work I can always add a
reflector or windsurfer antenna to get the range I'm hoping for, plus I
have a couple 9dBi rubber duckie antennas (and a 2.4 yagi, though it would
be a pain for what I'm doing) . Another option would be to find a 5.8 that
will work since it will give better line of site distance, but I'd prefer
to stick with 2.4 since I can't guarantee the end user will have a dual
band wifi capability.
I guess the other option is I can just declare myself apple incompatible
since it works so well with EVERYTHING else. I'll have to borrow an iphone
or ipad and see if that makes it tank too.
I don't suppose you have the exact listing for the tp-link available?
On Tue, Jun 7, 2016 at 3:36 PM, [-hh] <hh at hh.on-rev.com> wrote:
> Mike Bonner wrote
> > Has anyone had trouble connecting to a pi that is running hostapd with a
> > mac? And if so, was it fixable?
> Yes and yes. I have it now running on a Raspi 2B (and it runs also with the
> on-board WIFI of Raspi 3). On Raspi 2 the fix was to try all WIFI dongles I
> could find in my workwear ;-)
> Using a 'newer' TP-Link fixed everything.
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