Anyone know of a product (HW or SW) that can tell me which WAP a device is connected through?
Having trouble with inconsistent network performance in our house. I can have an iPhone and an iPad sitting on the table next to me that simultaneously give dramatically different results from Speedtest., For example, at this moment, the iPad is getting over 100MB/s, while the iPhone is under 10MB/s. Both connected to the same WiFi network. Someone suggested they could be latching on to different WAPs. We have six in the house. I was told that sometimes a device will try to stay attached to one WAP even though you have moved to a new location where a different WAP has a much stronger signal. I am trying to test this, but it is a real pain to try to quickly figure out what WAP the devices are connected to. Since the problem is intermittent, I need to do it fast and right now I have to go down a couple menu layers to see the connections for each WAP separately. Wish I could see all the different WAP connections at once the way FING lets me see all devices in my network. Any ideas?
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