Protection against Wi-Fi jamming, congestion, interference
How does the system protect against wi-fi signal jamming, congestion, or interference? I'm referring to the signal between base station and wi-fi router. I understand that the system can detect and alert of RF interference/jamming between sensors and base station, but that's not what I'm asking about.
Is the system able to detect and send alerts (via cellular) when the wifi signal is being jammed or the moment the connection is lost? What if there's congestion on the wifi channel being used by the system and router, that slows throughput so much that the base station can't send an alert? Will the system recognize this condition and immediately send any alarm alerts over cellular?
Does the base station keep an always on connection to the SS server and the moment this connection to the server is disrupted, it immediately switches to cellular and alerts of the dropped wifi connection? Is such a switchover from wifi to cellular immediate and seamless or is there a delay? If so, how long is the delay?
Ultimately, is there any scenario where the wifi connection can fail due to wifi signal issues and the cellular backup, provided its connection is functional, does NOT kick in immediately to send alerts, resulting in delayed alerts or no alerts at all?
I'm disappointed that the base station doesn't include an ethernet port. A wired connection to the router would eliminate any potential system failures related to wi-fi. Perhaps include an ethernet port in future iterations of the base station?