eRe4s3r wrote on Jan 4, 2022, 17:31:
RedEye9 wrote on Jan 4, 2022, 15:47:
Burrito of Peace wrote on Jan 4, 2022, 15:37:Good to know that my Motorola $150 android phone and the cheapest 10 inch iPad are classified as industrial gear. The iPad had no problem connecting to the Motorola cheap phone that had spaces in its SSID.
eRe4s3r wrote on Jan 4, 2022, 15:07:
Also BOP you gained a lot of admiration from my side so don't take this wrong, I am just baffled you wouldn't know that SSID spec and reality are 2 very sad things that rarely if ever meet together, and if they do it's usually a great depression. Working from home has gained me a great inside view on the horrible state of consumer printers. Where I wanted to move my printer to my work place in summer and couldn't connect to my WIFI.. yeah. That is a thing ;/
No offense taken, amigo. No one knows everything and anyone who says they do is not just a liar, but a damned liar. I just know that "Master Control Program" has worked so far without any issue. Please also note that I don't use a lot of "home" grade equipment for my infrastructure. Most enterprise gear adheres to standards pretty closely (Except you, Cisco. Fuck you). So my knowledge is based more on the enterprise side of things.
I don't print from a tablet or a phone. Never have and never had the need to. I don't see that as a forthcoming issue, either. Mrs. Burrito used to be the heaviest printer user in the house due to her tax and accounting business and that was all done on a PC.
Maybe don’t buy dirt ass cheap shit HP printers And you’ll be able to connect to spec standard SSID Wi-Fi hotspots.
But do you even own a printer?
Several. They're all wired.👍
Remember what started all this was the incorrect blanket statement "Well firstly you can't name your WiFI with spaces."
- At this point, Windows is the OS equivalent of Stockholm Syndrome. -
Burrito of Peace