Case #2: Crack the Case for WiFi Network

Zyxel_Richard Posts: 195
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Detecting a WiFi Network Error

Hi, all tech enthusiasts! After the tremendous success of our "Case #1: Crack the for Switch challenge", we are happy to announce our next epic adventure, Case #2: Crack the Case for WiFi Network . If you enjoyed uncovering network errors in our previous challenge, get ready for a new and exciting journey into the world of WiFi connectivity.

Join us now and you'll not only have the chance to win fantastic prizes but also earn a special community badge and unique achievements that will truly set you apart.

The Challenge

In Case #2: Crack the Case for WiFi Network , your mission is to tackle the mysteries and challenges that often surround WiFi connectivity. We all know how frustrating it can be when our WiFi signal is weak, or we experience dropouts while gaming or streaming. Your skills are needed now more than ever to resolve these issues and make the world of WiFi a better place for everyone!

Teamwork in Action

You're not alone in this! Join the discussion with fellow enthusiasts tracking network errors. Share insights and seek help below this announcement. Here, engage in conversations, update your progress, and discuss findings.

Ready to solve the case, Zyxel detective!


  • Zyxel-Watson
    Zyxel-Watson Posts: 7
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    edited November 27

    Hello detectives!

    Did you know AP’s behavior when enable Load Balancing?

    APs with Load Balancing enabled send out broadcast packets every ten seconds to announce their loading status and detect if there are other APs with Load Balancing enabled in the environment.

    For Example, when we deploy two APs in the same room with Load Balancing enabled, while one of them (AP-1) is overloaded. Through the broadcast packet, it will know that the other AP (AP-2) is under loaded.

    Once an overloaded AP detects an under-loaded AP in the environment, it will disconnect wireless devices that exceed the threshold one by one, until its client number equals to the threshold.

    Keep up the investigation,

    Watson 🕵️

    When you have eliminated the impossible, whatever remains, however improbable, must be the truth.