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davidhoffman
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reply to dingobabel

Re: Transmit Power level

If another router with the same SSID as yours is operating AND has the same password as yours, your client might attempt to connect to it, if you have set up an automatic connect when in range feature.

If another router with the same SSID as yours is operating AND has a DIFFERENT password than yours, your client might attempt to connect to it, but the log in should fail even if you have set up an automatic connect when in range feature.

If another router with the same SSID as yours is operating AND has no security set, your client might attempt to connect to it, if you have set up an automatic connect when in range feature.

if you create a really unique SSID for your router and use a strong password, it should not matter how low your power level is.