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I live at an apartment complex with lots of other wifi networks. I used mac's 'airport' tool to find which wifi channels everybody was on (1 & 11), logged into my router, and switched the channel default from 11 to 4. Worked like a charm. That was the last thing I did that really budged the needle. Before I did that I followed most of the standard ...


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I had the same issue with an Apple TV 3. The signal would drop intermittently (every couple of minutes). I read various forums ad nauseam and tweaked my router (the settings were fine, and it is located 5 feet from the Apple TV). I ended up unplugging the Apple TV 3 from the Monster Power strip and plugging it into a completely separate outlet. Voila! It ...


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But if you separate the two by SSID, giving you a dedicated 5Ghz and dedicated 2.4Ghz band, does it still transmit on both of those simultaneously to separate devices? Yes (non-issue if the Airport Express units connect on 5GHz). ...so I'm just curious if there's anyone familiar with this or if it's even necessary. I've had various Airport ...


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Netflix and YouTube is not possible. I have not found this info anywhere but Apple and/or Netflix apparently do not allow AirPlay without Wifi. Using the latest Apple TV A1469 "EMC 2633" you are able to AirPlay without wifi from iOS 7 or later but if you try to "mirror" Netflix or YouTube you will receive error messages and the videos will not play. Hulu ...


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It will work wirelessly if you are able to get Wifi from some of the old routers. In other words: you need Wifi signal from your existing network for both your AirPort Express and the Apple device to use AirPlay in this configuration. The Airport Express will work on client mode and will not extend your network, but it will allow AirPlay. This is because ...



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