"Here you go, Grandma. For your convenience - a simple Wi-Fi access card!"
This was a good idea to someone. 😳
PRO TIP: You should always have a "baking in period" for your APs to make sure they're ready to go live. - via @WirelesssGuru
You know why this is wrong, right? It's an AP wrapped like a burrito.
APs are not burritos. It's just basic math, folks. 😳
AP on metal.
Surrounded. By. Metal.
The #1 type of BAD-FI that I see. People still don't get that radio waves need to be able to get to the client.
STOP BLOCKING YOUR APs.
"You Maniacs! You blew it up! Ah, damn you! Damn you all to hell!"
I have no words. How does this happen? Dipoles, AND patches, AND multiple directions, AND stupid.
I think I'm gonna cry now.
Oh, the humanity! 😱
Metal. Concrete. Same channel. APs on top if each other.
AND they do this every 5m.
What could possibly go wrong?
Apparently, pretty hard.
We got WiFis on the inside!
We got WiFis on the outside!
Also, fancy install. 👍
And here's another example of WiFi on metal
If it were't so sad I'd laugh. It's like they were TRYING to make this NOT WORK. It's amazing how many of these BAD-FI posts are examples of APs and metal.
Well, at least they have enough extra cable to relocate that Bad-boy somewhere more hospitable.
You wanna tip?
Here's a tip:
Place your APs where your CLIENTS are!
You see any clients above the air ducts?
I didn't think so.