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Learn about Wi-Fi Roaming Aggressiveness


Last Reviewed: 28-Dec-2016
Article ID: 000005546

Wi-Fi roaming aggressiveness is the rate that your Wi-Fi client automatically selects and switches to another access point or router with better signal quality. If you have trouble connecting to the closest router, or your wireless adapter tries connecting to different routers, check the roaming aggressiveness setting on your adapter.

To see or modify the roaming aggressiveness setting, see advanced Intel® Wireless Adapter settings and search for "Roaming aggressiveness."

 
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