The last thing that comes to mind is that the modem could be over heating, as that tends to throttle your network in order for the cpu to save itself. Usually that can be solved by ensuring the modem has airspace around it.radar2000 wrote: ↑Apr 24th, 2017 3:16 pmThanks for your response MadCanadian.
He's located in a dense neighbourhood. I did run my wifi analyzer while I was there and made certain that he was on the best / least used channel.
Again, I just find it strange that when we use the dlink routers 2.4Ghz channel, there is no issues. But once we start to use the 5Ghz channel it just starts to drop. It's almost as if the Rogers modem says...hold on there, that's way too much bandwidth for you...let's drop you from 300 down to 10.
If that doesn't work, then it might be worth a try with a new modem, if the problem still persists, then it's definitely something else.
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