Nothing like having 175 WiFi access points in the same place at the same time [Image]

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I wonder where this is. o_O

To be clear, 175 WiFi access points doesn’t necessarily mean 175 different Internet connections. Multiple access points could belong to the same connection. Still, that doesn’t diminish the fact that those are a lot of routers in one area.

[via Reddit]

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  1. Mags

    “I wonder where this is.”

    My guess is a large apt building, with possibly 1 or 2 other buildings close by.

    As for me, there are approx. 6, I’m in a residential area.

    That is an increase since I first set up my router as there were only 2 others then, and that was about 7 years ago.

  2. AT

    What’s funny about this is it is almost impossible to get a good connection. Everyone increases their router strength that ends up interfering with someone else’s network and those people will have to up the power on their router, etc.