Change your keyboard settings to the English US international. You'll get some additional AltGr+key combinations for Spanish and other languages.
Looks like Lenovo is the same. I don't know why I was making it so difficult.
We have a client in Qatar. I believe they are on 240 V / 50 Hz.
I recall back in the day that computer power supplies used to have the 120/240 (or was it 220) switch on them.
The new power supplies I think are auto sensing.
Is it really just a cable that is the difference? In other words if I move to Qatar and take my PC with me, do I just need a new cable?
New Firmware released supposedly to address this
- [UAP] Add support for adoption of UniFi SmartPower Strip (Early Access).
*[UAP] Improve DHCP compatibility, especially when using third-party or non-UniFi DHCP Servers.
*[UAP-G2] Fix intermittent broadcast and multicast packet drop on gen2 APs, introduced in 4.3.24. This impacted users with non-UniFi DHCP servers which use broadcast for DHCP, along with IoT devices that rely on multicast for discovery.
It looks like tons of complaints with that release as well.
@CCWTech did it end up being unrelated?
I think so. Everything seems to be stable on the RC version. We have switched clients to the RC and they are not having issues any longer.
This is supposed to fix the issue: https://community.ui.com/releases/UAP-Firmware-4-3-26-11358/e05cd041-ea54-460c-85f4-7f3fd97261e8?page=8
I just installed this today. Thanks.
I had previously rolled back the firmware, but that didn't permanently fix the issue. It was still happening.
Hoping that this new firmware fixes it.
I had an issue last night but not sure if it was related. I'm on the RC firmware.