Wifi Disconnect Issues on Pixel 2
We are using Cisco access points. There are currently 11 nodes. They are all pretty close to each other. Maybe 50 feet away or less away at any given time. I get disconnected every 15 to 20 seconds after I connect. It doesn't just happen after certain activities. If I connect watch the WiFi icon I can see it disconnect and then reconnect. The cycle just continues until I turn off my WiFi.
This isn't an issue when connected to a network with a single AP.
I have rebooted phone and network, set static IP for phone, enabled/disabled Wi-Fi settings on the phone, but still my phone doesn't hold a steady internet connection, even without moving between access points.
Would love to see this addressed by Google, but will also reach out to eero support to see if they have any suggestions.
On Pixel 2, trying to connect to a pocket router as an access point (not broadcasting WiFi) and my phone connects and shows "connected, no internet access". It prompts to stay connected even if no internet which I chose yes. It connects for a few seconds, then disconnects, then connects, then disconnects, then connects....and keeps looping making it unusable. It's as if this setting did not hold to "stay connected". Any normal router that is broadcasting WiFi I have no problem connecting and staying connected to.
My old galaxy s6 with android 7.0 nougat had no issues. All iphones and other android devices 7.0 or earlier have no issues. My coworker with the Pixel 2 has the exact same issue.
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