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    Default Re: Speeding up me wifi, if possible

    Plug a cable into the Ethernet and you'll probably see better results.

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    Default Re: Speeding up me wifi, if possible

    Quote Originally Posted by ianhnz View Post
    I have a Sparky HG659b
    Those things are nasty, with poor WiFi performance at the best of times. Turn off the WiFi on that and get yourself a Ubiquiti UAP-AC-LR.

    I can get over 100mbps regularly, through two doors and 20m away at my place. When I'm one room over, with no doors closed, I'll get 250mbps+

    Again though this requires that you have an 802.11ac chip on your phone / laptop as well.
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