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Switching Off Wireless Communication Devices

This icon suggests that the computer is in Airplane mode and that all the wireless communication devices consisting of Wireless (Wi-Fi), Mobile Broadband, Bluetooth, GPS, near field interaction (NFC) and any other type of wireless communication are turned off. There are 3 APs with external power adapter work normally on it. Here is the issue: There is another AP with external power adapter has join the the WLC effectively.

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Area: Canada Model: TL-WDR4300 Hardware Version: V1 Firmware Version: V1_121225 ISP: Cogeco I bought the 4300 a week ago – and just recently found that you can not switch off the wi-fi radio utilizing a schedule. I believed this was “wireless router 101” – given that my last three routers had this feature … apparently not with TP-Link.

I know which AP is affected and clients can indeed link to that radio using wireless ‘B’ but not ‘N’. Advertisement hoc mode is used to connect cordless customers directly together, without the need for a wireless router or gain access to point. I’m seeing this on both wired and wireless connections.

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This icon suggests that the computer system is in Airplane mode and that all the cordless communication gadgets including Wireless (Wi-Fi), Mobile Broadband, Bluetooth, GPS, near field communication (NFC) and any other type of wireless communication are turned off. I know which AP is affected and clients can certainly connect to that radio utilizing cordless ‘B’ however not ‘N’.

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Advertisement hoc mode is used to connect wireless customers directly together, without the need for a wireless router or gain access to point. An ad hoc network consists of up to 9 cordless clients, which send their information straight to each other. I’m seeing this on both wired and wireless connections.

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