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Message 11 of 14

Re: Bolton area having broadband speed problems ???

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that's great

you have a great 17mb connection.  connection time is very short was that due to router dropping conenction or manual reset?

I would suggest you go to wireless in hub manager and split the 2.4/5ghz networks and then add a 5 to the 5ghz network to distinguish which network is which.  you can then log on to either network or both depending on your device.  I would also select the channels manually taking into account the channels in use by neighbours

you can get a wifi analyser app for your mobile which will tell you the channels currently in use near you



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ford62
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Message 12 of 14

Re: Bolton area having broadband speed problems ???

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I think it dropped connection it said it was unable to complete this test

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Message 13 of 14

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the drop has not affected your connection speed which is still good



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Thanks for all the advice. Things seem to have returned to normal some what.

I've not changed anything but i'm certainly a wee bit wiser now regarding wifi , cheers.

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