Wi-Fi Question of the Day (QOTD)

Your wireless network uses two 802.11g access points. One is configured to use channel 1, and the other is configured to use channel 3. Additionally, there is another company's 802.11g access point configured for channel 10. Both access points are configured for mixed-mode (802.11b/g). While troubleshooting the network, you notice that your network’s two access points are experiencing a large amount of adjacent-channel interference.

What can you do to completely eliminate RF signals transmitted by the APs in the area from interfering with each other?

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