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at stotfold we used the usual BRCA router, we also plugged into the stotfold system, which gave us two broadcast signals, it would be useful to know if you knew which router you were linked to and did you have connection problems on one or both. we are aware of the issues reference the connection, the simple solution would be to buy a new router, however if the issue is more complex than a simple change of equipment we don't want to waste money on an item of equipment that does not solve the problem.

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I was connected and subsequently disconnected from the network named default. It did work initially just fine and again fine at the end of Sunday. I tried connecting to the network named BRCA but could never connect to that one. My pc just labelled it as "on demand" whatever that means. Hope this helps.

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Just sounds like its getting overloaded, and chucking people off to be honest. Only way really is to do as Southwell suggested, and set up some managed access points around the site to keep the wireless coverage up. Those routers are only supposed to support around 4-6 machines/laptops!!!!
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I was connected and subsequently disconnected from the network named default. It did work initially just fine and again fine at the end of Sunday. I tried connecting to the network named BRCA but could never connect to that one. My pc just labelled it as "on demand" whatever that means. Hope this helps.

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Pretty sure on demand ones are like iPhone tethering?
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when it kicked us off keith reset it and all was fine, it was the stotfold router (default) being used, at different tracks it might not happen
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We were connecting to the BRCA network. I'm not sure, but it looked to me like connection to the network was fine, but the software was loosing it's link.

But then maybe that's just because I wasn't watching that closely and the network connection was restoring itself before I'd spot it had happened?!?!
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