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Discussion topic: Too many things connected to wifi

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This message was authored by mrsps This message was authored by: mrsps

Too many things connected to wifi

Anyone know how many items are classed as too many for the wifi to cope with? 

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This message was authored by JimM1 This message was authored by: JimM1

Re: Too many things connected to wifi

@mrsps Your question has no real definitve answer, each wireless wifi device can possibly have different requirements, which sky hub do you have at present? And are you having a specific issue with a wifi connected device. The more devices then hub can be slower in responding depending on what is going on. Get back with some more detail etc. click on link if not sure of router.

 

Setting up your Sky hub | Sky Help | Sky.com

This message was authored by mae-3 This message was authored by: mae-3

Re: Too many things connected to wifi

@mrsps 

 

For the very earliest Sky Hubs SR102 then the limit is 16 devices for later SR203/4 about thirty devices and for the latest Sky Max Hubs about 40 on wireless.

 

Most of the time when Sky support state too many wireless devices it a load of rubbish, when the issue is actual wireless interference or an broadband line fault...

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