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#1120 fixed intermittent WiFi at different places panda@… benno@…
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Hi, 

I experience intermittent WiFi at different places, e.g. at the cafe/bar on the mezzanine close to the IETF lounge entrance.  If I move to the IETF lounge, all WiFi is fine.  The signal at the cafe/bar is fine though, but I do see packet loss of about 25-75%.

Right now at the DPRIVE workshop in Hall III I also experience huge packet drop rates with ietf and eduroam SSID networks, both IPv4 and IPv6.  :-)

I use a MacBook Pro with macOS Sierra 10.12.5. 

Others doesn’t seem to see this large packet drop rate though.

Thanks,

— Benno


-- 
Benno J. Overeinder
NLnet Labs
http://www.nlnetlabs.nl/

#1129 pending Android connectivity check does not work on ietf-nat64 panda@… suresh.krishnan@…
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Hi,
  I can successfully connect to the ietf-nat64 network but the android connectivity check does not work. It states “Internet may not be available”. If I persist and stay connected to the SSID, Internet connectivity actually works.

Regards
Suresh

#1131 not broken You're probably tired of hearing wifi complaints ... panda@… spencerdawkins.ietf@…
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I did this screenshot sitting in the couch area to the left of the stairs
up to the third floor. It was impressive, at least to me.

I was on the "ietf" main network, with a Chromebook, and that was working
fine in the Nomcom office. Then, I went downstairs.

I walked upstairs to the terminal room and was consistently getting 2-3 ms
ping times, with one 21 ms out of about 25 pings, and no loss.

I'm not complaining, but if you need more evidence to flog the hotel people
about the wifi, that's what I can contribute. No need to reply, of course.

And thank you for running an awesome network in the meeting rooms, which is
probably what matters most.

Spencer

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