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# 205076 28-Oct-2016 22:02
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It is 10PM but I have tested this from 7PM today.  At someone else's place.

 

 

 

PC with network cable under speedtest.net gets a 94/20.  

 

Cellphone gets a 33/20 under the 5Ghz band, the other band I get 20/20.  This same cellphone at my home, with 2Degrees (with their Fritzbox) gets up to a 94/20.  I also walked up so I was 1.5m from the router physically.  Using the WiFi Analyser app it shows the signal was 55dBm.  

 

 

 

The My Republic router is a TP Link Archer C2.  

 

 

 

Any thoughts? Cheers


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  # 1660169 29-Oct-2016 06:22
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if the speed test with an ethernet cable is getting the correct speed then the issue with with your router/access point or your device. its got nothing to do with your ISP and they are unlikely to be able to/or want to help you as they provide the internet not the wifi in your house.




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  # 1660197 29-Oct-2016 07:56
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Will use other device to test but it's a Router supplied by My Republic. I've been getting a 60/20 with my phone at home with 2degrees or Snap 2yrs ago their old Fritz. The new Fritz gives me 94/20.

 
 
 
 


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  # 1660202 29-Oct-2016 08:00
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WiFi is shared bandwidth with other WiFi users around you so the more WiFi access points around you in use the less bandwidth for other users

 

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  # 1660221 29-Oct-2016 08:38
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No RSP has any control over WiFi as it's a best effort service affected by a huge number of variables. The fact you're getting perfect speeds over Ethernet show the connection working perfectly.

 

Being 1.5m away from a router would likely affect WiFi as you're too close.

 

The first thing to have done would have been to rebooted the router and tested again.

 

 

 

 


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  # 1660536 29-Oct-2016 17:00
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rayonline: Will use other device to test but it's a Router supplied by My Republic. I've been getting a 60/20 with my phone at home with 2degrees or Snap 2yrs ago their old Fritz. The new Fritz gives me 94/20.

 

doesnt matter if its supplied by my republic they are an INTERNET service provider, they give you a router that has wifi for convenience not for performance, and they dont really support or generally help with wifi issues.

 

 


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