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    Carl Underwood

    It's been 2 years! Is this feature still coming? If so, when?

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    Carl Underwood

    @ronnie-wong ,
    Thanks Ronnie! I was leaning toward that very setup.

    I used a Ubiquiti PowerBeam M5 400 system to link 2 buildings for a client in June 2016, and that system has been rock solid without me doing anything to it (like reboot/power-cycling) for the last 1-1/2 years, except for firmware updates. But, that system is just point-to-point. Basically, just a single radio connection between two devices. I didn't know how well their products handle many multiple devices connecting to a single AP.

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    Carl Underwood

    Hi,

    I'm looking for some advise/recommendations on some WiFi AP hardware.

    I have a client that runs a country club with a restaurant and a couple of function rooms. They are currently using SonicWall SonicPoint (SP) units to provide a company WiFi and a guest WiFi, but those SPs have been problematic, and this client has been complaining about the miserable performance of the system. The SPs often show as "non-responsive" (in the SonicWall SP status area).

    This client is having some construction done now, and they want to do whatever it takes to have a well performing WiFi for themselves and their guests. They need a solution that can handle lots of devices, since the function rooms might have hundreds of people in them during an event.

    Does anyone have experience using other brands of APs with a SonicWall router? If so, what brand(s), and how were the results, etc?

    Thanks,
    Carl

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    Carl Underwood

    @Ronnie-Wong,

    Only because I'd like to know roughly how up-to-date the information is. Plus, if during the course something like "as of right now, such-and-such is the case" is mentioned, it would be nice to know when "right now" is. I don't have a specific example, as I just signed up yesterday. :)

    Also, it would be best to have each individual episode have a date with it. This way if a you were to "complete a course and then go back and add episodes to update info" (as Angie pointed out), or re-shoot an episode (as Andreas pointed out), then we would know what we should view or re-view.

    As far as a date for the course as a whole, maybe just show the date of the most recent episode?

    Thanks for the quick responses,
    Carl

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    Carl Underwood

    How do I determine when a course was produced?

    Thanks,
    Carl

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