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Wifi is dead slow. Ethernet is not.

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Posted · Original PosterOP

On my PC(ethernet) I get about 60-80mbps down 10-15 up with 10-15ms depending on the day

On my phone andor laptop it can be slow enough to wait 15seconds just to load the page and then 5-10mbps down and miserable results in the other areas.

 

Router is a DIR 822 and the wireless adapter version/brands seem to be irrelevant. 

 

I feel like I'm missing something, questions/thoughts? 


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Weak connection? Interference?

 

How far are you from the router? Are there other wifi networks nearby?


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Hello this is tech support, have you tried restarting your devices.

But no serious restart the wireless adapter and router, how far are you away from the wireless signal.

sometimes a reboot of anything can do wonders


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Posted · Original PosterOP
1 minute ago, OBELISKxxx said:

seems too basic but, u tried restarting the router?

yes

 

1 minute ago, malon said:

Hello this is tech support, have you tried restarting your devices.

But no serious restart the wireless adapter and router, how far are you away from the wireless signal.

sometimes a reboot of anything can do wonders

 

1 minute ago, TheKDub said:

Weak connection? Interference?

 

How far are you from the router? Are there other wifi networks nearby?

sitting next to the router connected to 5GHZ, no other networks nearby.


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change your dns to opendns or google (8.8.8.8) open network propery -> adapter property -> change ip4 configurations -> change custom dns to dns1 : 8.8.8.8 dns2 : 8.8.4.4

is the signal at full bar?

when you opened the network interface status, how much is the connection speed?

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Posted · Original PosterOP
4 minutes ago, SupaKomputa said:

change your dns to opendns or google (8.8.8.8) open network propery -> adapter property -> change ip4 configurations -> change custom dns to dns1 : 8.8.8.8 dns2 : 8.8.4.4

is the signal at full bar?

DNS is already set to that signal bar is full 

4 minutes ago, SupaKomputa said:

 

when you opened the network interface status, how much is the connection speed?

 

Linkspeed to router 433 mbps


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so many things can cause issues, its wifi

do you have something to read the signal strength? like a phone or tablet

 

how many devices are connected? how many of them are wireless?

have tried temp changing the ssid/password and only connecting the device that is having problem?

 

 have been dealing with a lot of wifi issues lately. if still having issues try unplugging stuff like android boxes or other things.

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4 minutes ago, intertan said:

so many things can cause issues, its wifi

do you have something to read the signal strength? like a phone or tablet

 

how many devices are connected? how many of them are wireless?

have tried temp changing the ssid/password and only connecting the device that is having problem?

 

 have been dealing with a lot of wifi issues lately. if still having issues try unplugging stuff like android boxes or other things.

There are 9 devices connected, 8 are wireless. I will try isolating the problem later today.


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20 minutes ago, Megah3rtz said:

There are 9 devices connected, 8 are wireless. I will try isolating the problem later today.

can be a pain, try a different channel, is the router on the most current FW

 

this could be a good LTT video, how to possibly solve your wifi issues.

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