BISmark is in beta: what this means for you
BISmark is still in "beta". This means that we are in the process of finding
and eliminating bugs that may affect the functionality or reliability of the
BISmark router or the BISmark measurement software. This document outlines
"known issues" (problems that we are aware of and working to fix), along with
tips to work around them, and the process to report other problems you
Sporadic wireless dropouts, mainly on 5 GHz radio ("BISmark5")
We have observed very intermittent wireless failures for
clients connected to the BISmark router. Clients typically lose connectivity
by disassociating from the wireless network when they are far from the router,
and connectivity is reestabilished by associating with the wireless network.
- This problem may affect clients connected to the 5 GHz radio (wireless
network named "BISmark5") more frequently than clients on the 2.4 GHz radio
(wireless network named "BISmark"). Try connecting to the 2.4 GHz ("BISmark")
- If you suddenly lose all connectivity to the Internet,reconnecting to the
wireless network and/or turning wireless off and then on again will
- If you have a machine that absolutely requires uninterrupted Internet
connectivity, you should consider connecting it to the BISmark router with an
- If this issues becomes extremely difficult to deal with, please contact
firstname.lastname@example.org to discuss other options.
- We do not have a solution to this problem at this time.
Reporting bugs and other problems
If you experience any problems other than the problem described above, please
contact email@example.com to notify us or seek help.
Revised 2013-12-04 18:30:54 -0500 (bf733fa)