JohnShaw wrote:Well, at least the 881 has the ability to add additional dhcp ranges if the need arises.
rbeede wrote:It depends on the quality of Internet service you can get from your ISP and your stake president's desires for Internet access.
If you are constantly finding that the bandwidth is being used up you can get your stake president's permission to try the following:
* Turn off the wireless (assuming the FHC and clerks' computers are wired)
* Contact the global service desk and have them change the wireless to limit access to only a few individuals authorized by the stake president with instructions to not give the password out to anybody else
* Have the stake president instruct the FM group to purchase a more expensive Internet plan (or new ISP) for the building. This may take an augment of stake funds for the current year. This would support more users.
rbeede wrote:The answer is whatever the stake president is inspired to do for his stake. If excessive users/bandwidth interferes with a clerk's duties or a stake conference broadcast to a chapel then the STS should be told so he can consult with the stake president and FM group on what the stake president would like to do.
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