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Download speed down to less than 2mbps, usually 10mbps (I know it is slow T_T ) on my old wifi adapter.

 

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Download speed down to less than 2mbps, usually 10mbps (I know it is slow T_T ) on my old wifi adapter.

 

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What can I do?

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Download speed down to less than 2mbps, usually 10mbps (I know it is slow T_T ) on my old wifi adapter.

 

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What can I do?

This WiFI adapter is very powerfull. I have the same and reach 877Mb/s (air link speed, data througthput is about 450Mb/s).

How far is the AP away from the adapter?

Have you checked that you are using the least crowded channel?

Test 2.4GHz net, vs. 5GHz. For longer distances 2.4 GHz is better.


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Posted · Original PosterOP

This WiFI adapter is very powerfull. I have the same and reach 877Mb/s (air link speed, data througthput is about 450Mb/s).

How far is the AP away from the adapter?

Have you checked that you are using the least crowded channel?

Test 2.4GHz net, vs. 5GHz. For longer distances 2.4 GHz is better.

How do I change Ghz and check the least crowded channel? (sorry, I'm a noob at networking stuff)


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How do I change Ghz and check the least crowded channel? (sorry, I'm a noob at networking stuff)

Do you have a router of access point you can controll over the network with a browser?


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Posted · Original PosterOP

This WiFI adapter is very powerfull. I have the same and reach 877Mb/s (air link speed, data througthput is about 450Mb/s).

How far is the AP away from the adapter?

Have you checked that you are using the least crowded channel?

Test 2.4GHz net, vs. 5GHz. For longer distances 2.4 GHz is better.

As far as distance, my PC is not that far from the access point, about 25-35 feet with 1 wall between them


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Do you have a router of access point you can controll over the network with a browser?

I don't think so


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Idk, its some router that was given by Century Link

Hmmm ok, I assume the Archer T9e is way more powerfull than the router.

To change the networkt channel and frequency you need to connect to the router, since it can only be configured there.

 

EDIT: You should look it up in the manual.


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Posted · Original PosterOP

Hmmm ok, I assume the Archer T9e is way more powerfull than the router.

To change the networkt channel and frequency you need to connect to the router, since it can only be configured there.

 

EDIT: You should look it up in the manual.

Ok, will do, thanks for the help


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