A rise in WIFI networking collision traffic, latency, dropped packets
by Mountain Computers Inc., Publication Date: Tuesday, July 14, 2020
View Count: 436, Keywords: WIFI, Network, Collisions, New Routers, Latency, WPA2, WPA3, Hashtags: #WIFI #Network #Collisions #NewRouters #Latency #WPA2 #WPA3
In the past 9 months, I have noticed a trend in wifi networking collisions and packet drops yet don't have all the logs to prove it. It is something I am noticing.
What could it be?
Could it be the newer WIFI standards and technology tryng to mix old with new, and crossover in security and encryption and speed all at the same time?
I am not sure, yet it is worth noting and sharing.
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