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Comment on Chromecast causing wifi interference – resolved by Rich

Sat, 13 Jan 2018 01:29:33 +0000

I am having the same issue as you and yet to find a resolution. I’m going to turn off all the cc and ca tomorrow to confirm this is the issue. They are all at the newest firmware and the preview program is the same as the production firmware. When I connect to the 5ghz, there’s no issue at all.

Comment on Chromecast causing wifi interference – resolved by Dedubya

Sun, 07 Jan 2018 10:30:10 +0000

Hi, yes I just had this annoying issue trying to work out why this hidden SSID kept appearing in very high signal strength, it changes channels as you change your wifi router’s channel too. What gave me the clue was when I rebooted my router I saw the SSID of my chromecast appear on my wifi analyzer program (the name I gave to the chromecast when first setup “Chromecast Kitchen”) – for some reason it displays the SSID when it can’t see the wifi signal and goes into setup mode, like ‘out the box’

Comment on Chromecast causing wifi interference – resolved by John E Bowen

Tue, 02 Jan 2018 13:06:15 +0000

Found this thread in late December, 2017, and it’s still relevant. Our Chromecast device was interfering on the same channel as the WiFi router, but not broadcasting an SSID. Turning off its guest network did the trick. thanks!

Comment on Error adding datastores to ESXi resolved using partedUtil by flippedcracker

Thu, 28 Dec 2017 23:02:24 +0000

Thank you so much. It took me forever to find this fix. You’re a lifesaver.

Comment on Wifi problems with TP-Link’s Powerline Starter Kit (WPA4220) by Carlos Blanquer

Fri, 29 Sep 2017 12:22:47 +0000

After 3 Years and lots of money wasted with these devices, I paid a guy to wire my flat to my main devices and set a good switch for the wireless access. I just only repent not having done so earlier. My opinion is that LAN signals through electric wires might only work on very modern installations ( newer houses). In my case the powerline regularly unsynchronized when watching internet TV (as the main but not only issue). I hope, this helps.

Comment on Wifi problems with TP-Link’s Powerline Starter Kit (WPA4220) by Maggie

Fri, 29 Sep 2017 12:00:19 +0000

Hi to all you guys out there who obviously know what you’re talking about, most of which is beyond me. Why, you ask is she on here then? Simple, to see if I can get help/advice on getting my wifi through to the Smart tv so can start getting what we paid for, Netflix, catch up etc. Thought it was the tv but Costco – BESTEST place for buying as guarantee and refund if their engineer can’t sort the problem AND he comes to the house. Hope that was useful as I’m here trying to pick brains …. Anyway, as was saying engineer came and send the wifi isn’t getting through. Talktalk sent engineer and said signal is crap – distance from – and suggested an adaptor. Bought TP AV600 but still nothing and been told wrong one – by the way, I had several emails from a very helpful TP link guy – and need WPA 4220. Sooooo (please don’t lose will to live and stop reading) went online and found this blog which is making me wonder if will be anothe refund.

Comment on Wifi problems with TP-Link’s Powerline Starter Kit (WPA4220) by Calum

Wed, 06 Sep 2017 11:23:52 +0000

It really hasn’t completely solved it for me. Some things work better, but I still have to reboot my WPA4220 at least once a day if I want (for example) my tablet to keep talking to my PVR.

Comment on Supermicro teething troubles and voltage warnings by Peter Lea

Wed, 16 Aug 2017 13:54:07 +0000

TMC Technology are Supermicro UK distributors and have been for many years, we get all of our Supermicro stock directly from Supermicro European HQ in Holland

Comment on Wifi problems with TP-Link’s Powerline Starter Kit (WPA4220) by Ricardo

Sat, 12 Aug 2017 14:39:41 +0000

here too the same one in Portugal