FireEngine:Oddball: Most of those devices were off, although my phone wasn't that could have an affect but not to that degree.
Most? All? Cool, I was just asking, you wouldn't have been the first to think they had full use of the bandwidth to find a flatmate chewing his chunk of bandwidth too :-)
No the plastic cover is just designed to protect the cover from scratches in transit but it won't affect the WiFi signal at all.
Is the router stood up on its stand or flat on its back? You could try the other position as most WiFi antennae create lobed signals that prefer certain orientations. Mine is up on its stand which seems to give pretty good coverage directly away from the faceplate...
Oddball: Oops, didn't even notice there was more replies on the second page, doh.
Alright so I'll just have to accept the fact I'm not going to get adequate speeds over wifi :(
Thanks for the help, at the very least I understand the issue.
Oddball: Alright so I'll just have to accept the fact I'm not going to get adequate speeds over wifi :(
I can remove the 'reserved for fibre' and use that port then?
Sideface:I can remove the 'reserved for fibre' and use that port then?