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  • Level 3  
    Hello,

    I have a problem with my router, probably or I can't configure it.

    I have 300Mb / s internet at 300Mb / s at home - when I connect the internet via cable, the speed is as it should be:

    Poor WI-FI speed on laptop, normal speed via cable

    However, when I connect to the Internet via WI-FI (5G network) I do not have such speed, I have two times lower .... :-(

    Poor WI-FI speed on laptop, normal speed via cable


    Why is this happening? My router is netis wf2780, the router stands in the next room that separates me with a wall and a door - in my opinion it shouldn't lose speed through 1 wall and door (distance is 3m from the router).


    The distance of the NETIS WF2780 router from the ACER ASPIRE VX15 laptop:
    filmy.elektroda.pl/85_1500325608.mp4
  • Network and Internet Specialist
    Have you checked the speed in the same room as the router? At 5GHz, this distance is a lot.
  • Level 3  
    I checked, homie, it's 250 by 250 when I'm sitting at the router.

    After all, no walls divide me from the corridor to the modem and such a great fall? about 200 Mega? Something I don't believe. Maybe something wrong with the configuration?

    Added after 5 [minutes]:

    Heinzek wrote:
    Have you checked the speed in the same room as the router? At 5GHz, this distance is a lot.


    Dude, especially for you I sat down completely next to the router and see what speed:

    Poor WI-FI speed on laptop, normal speed via cable
  • Network and Internet Specialist
    Unfortunately, "such technology" higher bandwidth is more attenuated over distance.
    Route the cable into the room and set up another AP there with AC mode or connect the computer with the cable.
  • Level 3  
    So there is nothing you can do about it, somehow improve the signal by setting or playing with antiques? Only the cable remains? If so, it's not good because I was counting on the power of WI-FI.

    My rotuer has a 5Ghz and 2.4GHz band which these 2.4GHZ seem to support 300 Mb / s but somehow you can't see it - in my surroundings where I live there is no other Wi-Fi. I live in a single-family house, only I have Wi-Fi on the street.

    Added after 4 [minutes]:

    On the 2.4Ghz band I have a maximum of 150 on 150 on the Netis WF2780 router. Or maybe it's the router's fault that I can't reach full speed? Although I bought in accordance with the recommendations of people what they assumed to me fiber 300 to 300. Maybe if I put anterne that will increase the signal strength it will be better?
  • Network and Internet Specialist
    MateuszMateusz88 wrote:
    After all, no walls divide me from the corridor to the modem and such a great fall? about 200 Mega? Something I don't believe.

    Built-in 5 GHz has worse network propagation than 2.4 GHz.
    MateuszMateusz88 wrote:
    and in my surroundings where I live there is no other Wi-Fi. I live in a single-family house, only I have Wi-Fi on the street.

    But you do not know what power reaches the network card in your computer.
    Install InSSIdera v2 / Home and enter the result here.
    MateuszMateusz88 wrote:
    on the Netis WF2780 router

    It's a budget and it's the cheapest of the cheapest.
    You have to pay for wifi performance.
  • Level 3  
    Poor WI-FI speed on laptop, normal speed via cable

    Added after 1 [minutes]:

    Chart from the inssider as I sit in the room visible in the movie.
  • Level 3  
    And how? Is it good on the chart?
  • Network and Internet Specialist
    MateuszMateusz88 wrote:
    it's 250 by 250 sitting at the router.

    Well now you have the answer.
    Change the router and maybe the network card - if the router is ok, and not yet, it means that the router no longer sets up such a connection with the network card from such a distance (built-in).
    You can also try to move the router to another location.
  • Level 3  
    I understand. I thought I bought a good router, that's what the specs gave me to set up the internet. They said to buy one because others will blur my internet speed.

    I won't replace the network card in the new laptop under warranty.
  • Network and Internet Specialist
    The router and the card in the set are OK. This technology is like that. Built-in 5GHz will not allow you to achieve this speed.
  • Network and Internet Specialist
    MateuszMateusz88 wrote:
    I thought I bought a good router, that's what the specs gave me to set up the internet. They said to buy one because others will blur my internet speed.

    This is not only a matter of the router, but the technology itself, the 5 GHz network coverage in the building, the propagation and reflection of radio waves, what you have in the walls.
    A better router could be more effective - only at a distance, no one can guarantee it because it's wifi.
  • Level 3  
    Hey homies!

    I have fixed the internet speed in a funny way! :-) That's him:

    I have been invariably using IObit software, and more specifically the Advanced System Care program. 2 days ago a new version of ASC came out, still in beta v11. And what happened? In the older version of ASC v10 - there is no support for the AC band in Wi-Fi support! However, version 11 is already! Below the confirmation on the screenshots:

    Poor WI-FI speed on laptop, normal speed via cable Poor WI-FI speed on laptop, normal speed via cable

    After uninstalling version 10 and deleting the internet settings from the ASC 10 program from the registry, and then after entering the settings from the ASC version 11 regarding the WiFi-AC band, my Wi-Fi speed increased significantly without having to move my laptop or router!

    Look at my all-the-time speed now! At the same distance! (DOWNLOAD speed fluctuates because sometimes the STEAM updates in the background)

    Poor WI-FI speed on laptop, normal speed via cable


    Greetings to all! :-)