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Office Jet Pro 9010 keeps loosing wireless connection

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I run a report and got the message more than one access point found that matches your wireless network name (SSID).

 

I have therefore renamed it to something unique.  I ran the report again and I get the same message again.

 

The problem is I loose wireless connection each day.  I reconnect it and it is fine but it then looses it the next day and I have to do this all again.

 

Does anyone have a solution for this problem.


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Are you connecting to a 5Ghz channel or 2.4Ghz channel. If your router supports both, I suggest that you apply a unique name (different from the 5Ghz channel) to the 2.4Ghz channel and force the printer to only connect to the 2.4 Ghz channel.

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Thank you for taking the time to reply to me.  I am only connected to a 5 ghz channel.  Does this change your proposed solution.

 

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