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CR1000A WiFi6E Band Connectivity Issue

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Rkkeller8
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Re: CR1000A WiFi6E Band Connectivity Issue

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It did not let me edit my post.  I noticed I can't even see the Wifi 6 signal on any device, like it is not there, but it's saying it's broadcasting.

 

I found out my iPhone and M1 should support Wifi 6, just can't see it.

dataqueue
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I turned SON off and named each available wifi band by its capacity so I can track all my devices and see how they could be connected to each wifi band by range, type, or priority. 6Ghz band is like a ghost, now you see now you don't. Your device must be equipped with Wifi 6E to connect to the 6Ghz band but the connection is not stable. I tested both AX210 and Samsung S22 Ultra. None works.

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Must be Wifi 6E, bro. iPhone ain't cut it

Cang_Household
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Re: CR1000A WiFi6E Band Connectivity Issue

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Regarding Samsung S22 Ultra, I found a topic about 6E connectivity here https://us.community.samsung.com/t5/Galaxy-S22/Wifi-6E-issues/td-p/2228002/page/2

 

As a general comment, WiFi 6 operates on both 2.4 and 5GHz bands, while WiFi 6E exclusively operates on 6GHz band. If you need to connect to WiFi 6 or WiFi 6E, your device needs to support either or both bands.

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