Aczlan wrote:Good to know
The only time that I worry about bandwidth is when running a webcast. Otherwise, it is catch as can.
The benefit I see to not splitting the network is that I can log on to the network and print to the networked printer in the Stake Clerks office. The downside is that anyone could do the same.
I really like the idea of a public open network and a private encrypted network. Kill 2 birds with one stone that way.
We have had similar experiences. As of now, most every adult who wants to can get on. Most of the youth are still locked out though. Being able to go to any building (that has internet) and get online would be a big plus for me...
How do you have the youth locked out?
I have another way I want to try to phrase my original comment and question. Somehow that has got lost in the shuffle....
here goes..... What is the actual difference in the system if I have (number of users for the sake of conversation here).... 50 users are logged in on Sunday morning using the current LDSAccess or....if I have the same 50 users logged in using their LDS logon username and passwords? X amount of users is still X amount of users either way.
Everyone here...if they are willing to be honest with themselves know, someone (member or ?) will always be willing to give others the info/help for logon either way the Church decides to go here. When push comes to shove...our Stake presidents will allow people who ask him, the ability to logon, again either way...and everyone of our members will be able to come up with some reason why they need to use the wireless. Maybe all totally legit. That is the reason I am not yet willing to jump for joy just because of the LDS username and password issue and why this looks so appealing to some forum users here.