In addition to my Homelink/Genie/Tesla difficulties when I brought the baby home I could not get the WiFi setup to work. I've got loads of experience with this networking stuff and finding other people's difficulties but have not yet solved my own. I have searched the forums and tried some ideas offered by others having related problems. I called Tesla and went through the steps they asked me to do while I spoke to them live and they could monitor some of the system's response during all this. Their comment was that signal strength was in the required range and would have forward this to engineering for more help. Have not heard back yet, but its been over the weekend. Symptoms: Tesla's display shows all the network SSID'S I expected both 2.4 and 5ghz. The display shows only a single curved bar line over all of them whether they were in my house, inside the garage with the AP itself, or my neighbors AP units. But my iphone, inside the car, had no difficulty connecting with any of my SSID's with my AP located even at its farthest location from the MX. If I set up the iPhone as a hotspot, the MX could immediately connect with that and data flows; using both systems are their default settings. The signal graphic for an instant on the Tesla showed all bars as this set up, but then only shows the 1 bar I see on the other systems too. I tried this with (2) different manufactured wireless routers, Amped WIreless and my business class Draytek. All can do A, C, N, B etc. No joy, I tried setting my routers to require no passcode or key; WPA versions and also WEP. We did full reset of the Tesla (hold down both steering wheel buttons). We "forgot" the SSID in Tesla's list and tried both manual and another automatic setup. Anyone who has run into this and resolved it ? Sure would be appreciated help.