When working with a wireless network, you have to consider that transmission is based on radio waves, so anything that might influence radio wave transmissions might create problems for the wireless network. Interference and problems might come from many places, and you have to consider all of them in the wireless troubleshooting process.
Some interference can be avoided before actually launching the network into production by doing a site survey. This process can determine whether other wireless networks are operating in the same air space and, if so, you can avoid the channels they are using. You need to plan . . .
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