I have a multi-story building with thick floors. I have cat-6 cables running between floors. I have an AP on each floor, and am achieving connectivity across the board with basic LEDE configuration, with the same pair of SSID name on each floor ("Network" for 2.4 GHz and "Network5" for 5 GHz).
However, when a wireless device is moved between floors, it often continues to try to remain connected to the old floor's AP rather than the new floor's AP - especially problematic for 5 GHz, and when a device moves 2 floors. Also, static 2.4 GHz-only devices occasionally attach to APs for different floors.
I've been looking at MESH threads here, under the assumption that MESH-supporting firmware allows the APs to be proactive about directing connected clients to a stronger connection. Is this a correct interpretation?
If so, all configuration guidance seems to assume no wired connection - am I missing something obvious?