Hello, today the provider has changed my modem from EPC3925 to Technicolor TC7230 due to the continuous disconnection. The laptop only searches for 2.4G network and 2.4G as well as 5G smartphones. I would like to ask what exactly 2.4G and 5G mean. On the old modem I was able to check the parameters on it no longer . Is this a better model from the previous one?
I understand, please write to me on what band is best to connect or 2.4G or 5G? What channels are these channels active on? My earlier modem was working on channels 1 through 9 also confirmed this provider.
Previously, it was slightly better around 50 Mbps,
Other equipment, other radio in it, internal arrangement of antennas, and propagation (propagation) of the radio wave are different, and maybe someone else has its own network on the same channel as you - channels 1.6 and 11 include everything from the machine. Install inSSID v2 / Home and insert the result of the network measurement here.
as to the card in the laptop, I do not know what's up there
There are wifi card data in the device manager, there is also the ID of this card.
Depending on what network equipment you have (computers, cells, etc.) - it probably gives you a duallband. But through the account in Vectra you set the scope of work and the channel.
Can this TC7230 modem AT THE SAME TIME work at 2.4GHz and 5GHz? Is this impossible?
And one more thing. If you want to connect your own Wi-Fi router, it is necessary to change the Technicolor tc7230 operating mode to the bridge? And your own router connected to this one from Vectra is able to download 300 Mbps download and 20 Mbps upload and wireless network, provided I use the appropriate router?