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EchoLife ONT FAQ 04

This document provides principle-related and operation-related FAQs of Huawei EchoLife ONT (HG8240, HG8240w, HG8245, HG8247, HG8247H and so on).
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Can an STA Automatically Switch to an Access Point with Stronger Signal Strength in a Smart Wi-Fi Coverage Network

Can an STA Automatically Switch to an Access Point with Stronger Signal Strength in a Smart Wi-Fi Coverage Network

Answer

  • For an STA that has the capability of roaming aggressiveness, it automatically compares the signal strength among detected access points and switches to an access point with stronger signal strength.
  • For an STA that does not have the capability of roaming aggressiveness, if the ONT finds that the signal strength of the Wi-Fi device is poor, the ONT disconnects the Wi-Fi device from its current access point and the Wi-Fi device has to look for an access point with stronger signal strength.
NOTE:

The action of Wi-Fi roaming and switching is mainly dependent to the user's Wi-Fi terminal. Some Wi-Fi terminals will continuously attempt to connect to the access point from which they had been disconnected rather than looking for an access point with stronger signal strength. For these Wi-Fi terminals, contact the vendor to resolve the roaming and switching issues.

Updated: 2019-05-23

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