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Looking for a router for HNT mining and home use

ImperialHub2
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Hi peeps!

 

Since I put my HNT miner on top of my block and connected it with a LAN cable my router seems to have been going through a rough time of constantly going on and off and losing signal, which is why I am looking for a new router. Can you guys help me and recommend me one. I'm looking for one thats in the range of €50/$52 with 4 LAN ports that also has a great WiFi speed so my family can use it flawlessly.


Thank you in advance!

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If you unplug the Helium AP does the router return to normal?  Did the Helium AP destroy the previous owner's router?  And which Helium AP is it?

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26 minutes ago, offweek said:

If you unplug the Helium AP does the router return to normal?  Did the Helium AP destroy the previous owner's router?  And which Helium AP is it?

It's a SenseCap M1. We bought it first, there's no previous owner. Sometimes the name of the WiFi router just disappears out of all menus until I restart it. And to the first question, yeah I believe so.

The router is "Mercusys"

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9 hours ago, ImperialHub2 said:

It's a SenseCap M1.

This appears to be a RaspberryPi with a LoRa hat, launched about a year ago.  Something is going very wrong if it is causing your WiFi to drop.

 

9 hours ago, ImperialHub2 said:

And to the first question, yeah I believe so.

Can you confirm this.  Because if unplugging it fixes everything that is helpful information.  If, say, there is a short in the cable or the Pi is broken and doing something odd to the router, then a new router may not fix your problems.

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13 hours ago, offweek said:

If, say, there is a short in the cable or the Pi is broken and doing something odd to the router, then a new router may not fix your problems.

The first time we connected the SenseCap was through WiFi and it made it drop. The name of the router stopped showing up until we restarted it. So I don't think it's a cable problem. We're thinking of getting a TP-Link Archer AX55 or something similar

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