Modem router with void

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Modem router with void
Modem router with void
2020-01-21 02:57:22 - last edited 2020-01-21 21:29:39

I have ac1600 voip vdsl/adsl modem router connected to hfc Internet. The problem is the wireless connection is vely slow in some parts of the building. 

 

Can you suggest better model with voip  modem router

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2020-01-21 10:00:48 - last edited 2020-01-21 21:29:39

@shankarr 

 

Hello, we can do some troubleshooting as for the slow speed issue.

 

What is the model number of your AC1600? It starts with Archer. What is the bandwidth you paid for your ISP?


What is the speed you can get with your computer connected to the AC1600 by ethernet cable? 

 

Please test the wireless speed as well with computer connected to the TP-Link wifi only, and click here to verify the wireless negotiation speed. 

 

Besides, here are some suggestions you can give it a go.

1. Ensure that the firmware is up to date

2. Customize the wireless settings to optimize its performance, including wireless channel and channel width. 

2.4GHz: channel 1, 6 or 11, channel width as 40MHz; 5GHz, channel 36, 40 or 44, channel width as 80MHz.

 

May it help, nice day. 

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2020-01-21 10:00:48 - last edited 2020-01-21 21:29:39

@shankarr 

 

Hello, we can do some troubleshooting as for the slow speed issue.

 

What is the model number of your AC1600? It starts with Archer. What is the bandwidth you paid for your ISP?


What is the speed you can get with your computer connected to the AC1600 by ethernet cable? 

 

Please test the wireless speed as well with computer connected to the TP-Link wifi only, and click here to verify the wireless negotiation speed. 

 

Besides, here are some suggestions you can give it a go.

1. Ensure that the firmware is up to date

2. Customize the wireless settings to optimize its performance, including wireless channel and channel width. 

2.4GHz: channel 1, 6 or 11, channel width as 40MHz; 5GHz, channel 36, 40 or 44, channel width as 80MHz.

 

May it help, nice day. 

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