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User Info: Malnourished

Malnourished
8 months ago#1
Not sure how a wireless signal from two Switch's in the same room is worse than online with one host, but okay. Mind you I've got fiberoptic internet, but still. I thought local stuff was supposed to be better?
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User Info: KnyghtFall

KnyghtFall
8 months ago#2
Malnourished posted...
Not sure how a wireless signal from two Switch's in the same room is worse than online with one host, but okay. Mind you I've got fiberoptic internet, but still. I thought local stuff was supposed to be better?


I tried it with 3v3 split equally on two Switch systems. Lag city.

Sad it happens 1v1 too. Sounds like the Switches WiFi is complete trash.

Is there a way to do this via LAN?
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