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- Sep 17, 2020
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- Minneapolis, MN
- Mustang Mach-E FE Carbonized Grey
Thanks for posting a new tip regarding Wifi. I still have not been able to get my home wifi to connect. I have been successful in connecting to my phone as a hotspot and to a retailer's guest network, but not at home. I have a multi access point Ubiquiti setup (including one in the garage) with a unified SSID for both bands.FWIW in re WiFi connectivity. I finally connected today on a tip from CSR Emiliano at eero.
My home is running FiOS with an eero mesh system, 2.4 and 5.0 Ghz bonded to a single SSID. It's been up for a couple years with dozens of devices online with no issues. MME would accept valid password, but could not connect. (MME connected fine at local Starbucks parking lot.) Tried separating bands which did not work. Emiliano noted I was using an SSID with a special character, a hyphen, and had me set up a clean guest account w/o special characters, and...BINGO!
I have tried the following, with no luck:
- Separated 2.4 from 5.0
- No password.
- Isolated a 2.4 SSID to only be on the garage access point.
- Changed the Mach-E keyboard to US English.
- No special characters in the SSID
Anything else I can try or at least a direction for my network guy look into?