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For questions about the IEEE 802.11 series of protocols, also known as Wi-Fi. This tag should be used when asking about enterprise or corporate Wi-Fi networking questions. Questions about home wireless networks are off topic.

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There could be one of at least two possible things going on here: 1.) You don't have a strong enough signal from your monitor to the client. The AP's antennae are better at listening and sorting out …
answered May 22 '17 by Avery Abbott
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Your cell phone has two primary connection methods - wifi and cellular. When you're connected to a cellular network, your wifi is not in use. Enabling hotspot turns on our wifi and allows you to sha …
answered May 5 '17 by Avery Abbott