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comment Multiple Wi-Fi APs: Use same or different SSID?
Daniel, I'm using both 2.4 and 5 GHz channels. In the 2.4 GHz band I've used only 1, 7 and 11 to prevent crosstalk. What you're saying makes sense. See my answer, by using the same SSID the handover actually works.
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comment Multiple Wi-Fi APs: Use same or different SSID?
So in theory, lowering the power level of my AP should reduce the handover time, right? So I have to find a good balance between short handover times and a strong-enough signal?
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comment Multiple Wi-Fi APs: Use same or different SSID?
So you're saying that professional Wi-Fi APs monitor client signal strength and kick off the weak ones?
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comment Multiple Wi-Fi APs: Use same or different SSID?
Good idea to experiment with power levels. I usually set it to 100% (and choose non overlapping channels such as 1, 7 and 11) but I'll try if lower levels help force the switchover.
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I logged a bug: Keychain "Local Items" can't be deleted or configured (openradar.appspot.com/15330380 )
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comment New “Local Items” Keychain in Mavericks: What's it all about?
Thanks for pointing out the correct name. I mistranslated the German localizaton "Lokale Objekte". Indeed I've once enabled iCloud keychain and have subsequently disabled it due to severe security concerns. However, I hate the fact that I can neither delete it nor change its settings nor force Mail and other system services to fetch the passwords from my Login keychain and not the "Local Items" keychain. Sounds like a bug imo.