I have a google wifi network with great speed and connectivity. However there is one device (a MacBook Pro) that randomly disconnects from the wifi a few times a day. It doesn’t happen on any other device, and the MacBook doesn’t do this on any other networks. It doesn’t seem to matter where I am in the house (next to vs further from the router).
There is something about this wifi network on this particular device but I can’t figure out what it is. Any ideas?
Try to disable MAC randomization on it?
Plus try to add a DHCP reservation to it:
Thanks so much!
I couldn't figure out how to disable MAC randomization on the Macbook Pro (maybe this is mobile / Windows only?).
But have tried the DHCP reservation and will share an update if this resolves the issue.
I've looked into things a bit, and it appears that MAC randomization options are available for a Macbook, but the process is somewhat tricky. If you want to go that route, you may be best off contacting support from Apple or checking in with an Apple community forum. I don't have the expertise to recommend steps on an Apple product myself.