Wi-Fi & connectivity

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brtilak
Level 7

Re: Connecting to 5 GHz Wifi - Roku Stick+

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Do we know if the OP is in a region where DFS is open to general consumer use?

It does seem that Roku should honor what's offered by the local infrastructure and assume things are under control, but I wonder if there is something (a legal liability? tech support issues like intermittent problems?) that would put Roku in a delicate position if it honored DFS channels in certain regions.

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mwyson
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Re: Connecting to 5 GHz Wifi - Roku Stick+

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I hate that Roku doesn't give the option to turn off one or the other.

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atc98092
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Re: Connecting to 5 GHz Wifi - Roku Stick+

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@mwyson wrote:

I hate that Roku doesn't give the option to turn off one or the other.


I am not aware of any WiFi devices that have such an ability. For the access point/router, yes in virtually all cases you have control of the radios. But for the device that connects to the WiFi, I've never seen any such ability. 

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