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Wifi connection help boosters

My laptop connects fine to my booster in my office both with wired and WiFi but if I take the laptop to the lounge and connect its still connecting to the booster over the hub giving a poor signal. It won't connect to the main hub which is right next to me. If I turn off the booster it still won't find the hub. How can I resolve this? 

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Re: Wifi connection help boosters

Rename the wifi networks to something different so you can force it to connect to the booster/hub.

Devices choose themselves which is the strongest signal to connect to.

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Re: Wifi connection help boosters

Any ideas how I do that ?
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