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Believe this should clarify things for you.
That article only explains band steering, not access point steering or how to enable it on the G1100. I have 2 wireless AP's (G1100 and WCB6200Q) so I'm interested in the OP's question also. Anyone know how to enable it?
I have this question also. If a Version Tech could step in that would be helpful. I have the Fios Quantum Gateway and the WCB6200Q setup in SON mode on different floors, but I want to enable AP steering so that devices transitioning from downstairs to upstairs seemlessly connect and disconnect. I'm not certain if this is happening currently.
I would also like to know why Access Point Steering Enabled is "NO". I received an email from Verizon stating that it would specifically do that:
"This will allow your devices to move seamlessly between 2.4GHz and 5GHz Wi-Fi signals, and between access points (router and extender)—ultimately optimizing your devices' Wi-Fi connection"
I then preceeded enabling the feature, reconfiguring all my devices just to find out that all you're actually getting is Band Steering and not Access Point Steering. To say that I am frustrated would be an understatement. We need clarity on the status of this.
I am having the same problem, after installing the Verizon network extender and enabling SON Access Point Steering is set to No.
I can't tell if the devices closest to the extender are actually connecting to it. Does anyone know how to do this? Pings show a lot of jitter and packet loss so it doesn't look like I am connecting to the extender that is a foot away from my Mac.
Verizon tech support was clueless. Looks like the extender is going back to Verizon.