Our pods are each broadcasting a copy of the Wi-Fi network name (SSID), and most Wi-Fi devices like your phone and computer are smart enough to understand that this is the same SSID and only show it once.
Occasionally, we will come across a device that can lack the networking intelligence to understand when multiple access points offer the same Wi-Fi network name (SSID). These devices will sometimes display multiple copies of the same network name (SSID).
If a signal strength indicator is shown, select the Wi-Fi name with the highest signal. Otherwise, select any of the Wi-Fi network names to connect your device to the network.
Some known devices with this issue:
- Dish Hopper
- Amcrest IP2M-841
- Foscam F19821