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Old 06-01-2016, 07:48 AM
Location: Greensboro, NC
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I've been using my new Netgear NightHawk AC router for the past few months now. I've been seeing some weird issues though. I'm having to constantly reconnect my iPad to my wireless. My wife has been having to do the same with her iPhone. As well, sometimes, my MacBook Pro will connect to a completely different wireless (either the neighbor's SSID or the one attached to my kid's baby monitor), so I have to switch it back to the right one. And, there are times when my devices are connected to the correct wireless, but I have to disconnect and reconnect to get internet back.

I've tried to setup QoS for the most used devices, but still seem to have this issue. Any thoughts?
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