I’ve configured the Wi-Fi in my office, but unfortunately, my colleagues are complaining about issues with their smartphones. Essentially, they say that when they arrive at the office, their devices connect to Wi-Fi, but after a while, they have to disconnect from Wi-Fi and use their phone’s 4G data network because the Wi-Fi doesn’t work, even though they are still connected. I’ve tried everything. If I use the official Turris driver, randomly after a while, one or both of the Wi-Fi interfaces self-deactivate and turn gray, so I’ve used alternative drivers. With the alternative drivers, the smartphone clients don’t work properly.
The 802.11n/ac/ax mode has always been set to:
802.11ac - 80 MHz wide channel
I thought there might be an interference problem, so I restored the original drivers and reset the Wi-Fi once again. However, I’m not entirely clear on what I should choose among these values:
802.11n - 20 MHz wide channel 802.11n - 40 MHz wide channel 802.11ac - 20 MHz wide channel 802.11ac - 40 MHz wide channel 802.11ac - 80 MHz wide channel
The Turris is up to date with the latest software releases:
reForis version: 1.4.1 Turris OS version: 6.4.4 Turris OS branch: HBS Kernel version: 5.15.135