I am tring to find the best solution for 2 e400 both on ethernet connections.
Setting both AP's up with the same SSID and password I tend to have the problems on the margins with a phone hoping between APs.
With enhanced roaming or 802.11r on I still have issues. I have tried increasing power output on one and depowering the other to address the issue but it still seems unsatisfactory. One phone in particular a oneplus one running android tends to bounce around.
Would setting up the APs as a mesh help address this issue? From what I have seen mesh networks tend to have the base wired and the other unwired. Can it be set up with both as wired connections.
Thanks Cory, I'm also haing an issue with one iPad connecting to a mixed 2.4 / 5Ghz WAN but main issue seems to be with oneplus. Apart from turning off enhanced roaming. Are you only settings across the APs a common SSID, password with 802.11r and OKC ticketed in the advance tab. Do the APs run on the same channels or different channels (eg is one set on 1, whilst the second AP on channel 6).
I have made the changes you suggested. With the channel power at maximum I still get disconnects and reconnects that seem to follow the access point power fluctuating, see attached screen shot from wifi analyser. I am on 'Thomson'.
With channel select on auto I can get power up to 30, but by manually selecting the channel I can only get up to 25.
Both 'Thomson' and 'Thomson - Guest' are from the same access point and both on the same channel.