I'm trying this: so far, so good... I'll email firstname.lastname@example.org as well
You must contact the helpdesk - email@example.com if you use this workaround so that the issue can be logged to help other users, They are a little slow to respond, but I am sure they have a fair few issue emails to work through, at least they seem to be aware of the issue,
Certainly since applying this both my Macbook Pros have been stable as, walking all around the house
So at present a happy chappy
Just to add, The reason I did not get out of the pram on this is because I also have a back up Netgear access point on the network which i could connect to with the Macbooks - just a thought to consider
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I'm also using this workaround and my MacBook Pro and Nest cameras have been completely stable since then.
In fact the whole wifi is now stable all over the house.
Fingers crossed for a permanent fix in the next firmware.
We've found that certain devices no longer react well to being steered (the discs trying to move devices to a better connection), which may be related to changes to device software in the past few months. We're making changes to the way this works and will be able to release new firmware in the near future to address this.
The workaround described will stop the discs influencing the connections of your devices.
yes, the workaround seems to be working just fine thanks - I've emailed support as well, as confirmation