Logi Circle and 5 Ghz SupportAnswered
Hello @Olivier GUYOT ! Welcome to the community !
I will be more than happy to answer your question regarding the compatibility of the Logi CIRCLE with 5 Ghz WIFI and the release notes for the latest firmware update.
Regarding the compatibility with 5 Ghz WIFI, Circle can connect to both 2.4Ghz and 5 on 802.11 b/g/n. If it is not the case for your installation, please contact us on http://support.logitech.com/en_us/home so we can analyse your case further.
For the release notes :
- Android: Other new features: Lock settings when a Circle camera is used on a shared device. Improvements and bug fixes.
- IOS: Other new features:Improvements and bug fixes
If you have further questions, please let me know.
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I have two networks at my home. 2.4GHz and 5GHz with different SSIDs. Circle could not connect to 5GHz network no matter what. It was set in ac mode only, so I changed it to mixed ac+n mode, still nothing. Does Circle require something special? TKIP security instead of AES? n-mode only for 5GHz?
Hi @Richard Modecki?,
Did you select the "Using Outdoors" checkbox when you tried to setup Wifi? If so, you might be located in a country which restricts certain 5Ghz WiFi channels from being used by devices (such as Circle) when placed outdoors. This typically effects the low numbered channels between 36 and 64 (5150ghz to 5350ghz). Try changing the channel on your AP to see if it solves the problem.
Thank you. Nothing to do with outdoors or not, but the 5ghz channel needs to be changed in order to work.
I had my Fios router set to automatic and it could not connect.
Changing the channel to 149 under "basic wi-fi settings" allows the Circle to connect to a 5ghz n network. Thank you
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