On 10/18/19 11:55 AM, Bob Goodwin wrote:
On 10/18/19 14:21, Samuel Sieb wrote:
> Oh, that's a new feature. I haven't used the stock firmware for a
> very long time.
I was ready to install dd-wrt but found there was nothing compatible
yet, thought I would order another ASUS and then got the response from
TP-Link, moved the connection and to my surprise it appeared to work,
son-in-law said it was good on his iPad too. They mention upgraded
software for some older models ... I think they also sell an AP?
openwrt has support for that router assuming the one you have is the C7
I notice they also have three transmit power settings, I have not
changing anything there. I make the assumption that the iPhone receiver
sensitivity with its poor antenna is the limiting factor on range.
Increasing power will probably just stress components with more heat
I don't think the power settings you can adjust will cause any hardware
issues. If you're not going to interfere with anyone else, then you
might as well have it at full power.