Wireless network

Discussion in 'General Discussion' started by kellyon, Mar 14, 2018.

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  1. kellyon

    kellyon New Member

    Please share what router you are using or what you are doing when Internet connection constantly dropps.
    My Wifi sucks. Netflix cuts out constantly on our smart TVs, phone internet browsing and streaming is mediocre at best and it's driving me nuts.
    I'm assuming this is a router issue? Is something like an OnHub router my best option for an 1800sq ft house? I'd like to have range into my yard as well...Should I buy one of those tri-band gaming routers? They look like they should give me range for miles....
     
  2. Deadman2017

    Deadman2017 Active Member

    Depends on many things not only the router. First of all tell us what country you are in cause for example I leave in Greece and I don't think that my router will help you if you are not at a close country. Also who is your internet provider and what speed are you supposed to have. It's a rather big house and i am not sure if you will be able to get such a big range with a good signal not a least without spending a good amount of money
     
  3. alangrin55

    alangrin55 Member

    If your connection constantly dropps I can suggest you to check if everything is connected correctly, thus follow the instructions 192.168.l.l it takes just a few minutes. Sometimes routers stop working when the capacity is too high, or because of many different errors in the outer network. So in this case you can unplug the router from the electrical source and then turn it on again. Personally I use Archer C7 router for a few years already and have no complaints. Works perfect. It's not expencive so I think it could be a good alternative. But it's up to you
     
  4. kagliett

    kagliett New Member

    Our wireless coverage was awful in various locations around the house. Recently I got rid of our router and went with the google WiFi plus a modem. The google WiFi provides a meshed network throughout your home and was so say to set up! You just plug in the device (looks like a little flying saucer) and that’s pretty much it. If you’re unsure of where to place them, the app even has an say testing mode to advise you on placement.
     
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