Archer T9UH AC1900 connects often only to 802.11n and not 802.11ac

Archer T9UH AC1900 connects often only to 802.11n and not 802.11ac
Archer T9UH AC1900 connects often only to 802.11n and not 802.11ac
2019-11-26 20:07:23 - last edited 2019-11-28 01:24:49
Hardware Version: V2
Firmware Version: driver 1030.22.405.2017

Hello,

 

my Archer T9UH AC1900 often connects to the Wifi-Router just using 802.11n (2.4Ghz) instead of the much faster 802.11ac (5Ghz). My router supports 802.11ac and when the adapter has established a 802.11ac connection I have a quite fast connection (around 500Mbit). So I assume the problem is not a weak Wifi signal from the router because when I re-connect to the router the adapter usually manages to establish a good 802.11ac connection.

Can I force the adapter only connect to 802.11ac?

 

 

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Re:Archer T9UH AC1900 connects often only to 802.11n and not 802.11ac-Solution
2019-11-27 10:57:31 - last edited 2019-11-28 01:24:49

@jimmyde 

 

The most simplest way is to give a new network name for the 2.4GHz of the main router. 

 

Then it will be detected as a new network, without connecting to it via password, it will lose the connection of the 2.4GHz.

 

Therefore, you can ensure that it connects to the 5GHz only.

 

May it help. 

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Re:Archer T9UH AC1900 connects often only to 802.11n and not 802.11ac-Solution
2019-11-27 10:57:31 - last edited 2019-11-28 01:24:49

@jimmyde 

 

The most simplest way is to give a new network name for the 2.4GHz of the main router. 

 

Then it will be detected as a new network, without connecting to it via password, it will lose the connection of the 2.4GHz.

 

Therefore, you can ensure that it connects to the 5GHz only.

 

May it help. 

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Re:Archer T9UH AC1900 connects often only to 802.11n and not 802.11ac
2019-11-27 21:29:12

@Kevin_Z 

 

thanks for adivce. it worked!

 

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Re:Archer T9UH AC1900 connects often only to 802.11n and not 802.11ac
2019-11-28 01:24:43

@jimmyde 

 

Great to know that. 

 

If need more help, be free to let us know. 

 

 

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