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Internet Vectra modem change on Technicolor TC7230

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  • Level 30  
    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?

    greetings
  • Level 43  
    sebaele22 wrote:
    I would like to ask what exactly 2.4G and 5G mean

    Technology for broadcasting wifi networks.
    sebaele22 wrote:
    Is this a better model from the previous one?

    It's only his debuts - he's in infancy.
  • Level 30  
    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.
  • Level 43  
    sebaele22 wrote:
    on which band is best connected, 2.4G or 5G?

    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.
    sebaele22 wrote:
    What channels are these channels active on?

    Wi-Fi operates in the frequency range from 2400 to 2485 MHz (2.4 GHz) or 4915 to 5825 MHz (5 GHz).
    In which channels you have on the photo:

    Internet Vectra modem change on Technicolor TC7230
  • Level 30  
    Thanks to the Internet, you can connect via laptops, smartphones and Samsung TV.
    I would like to configure all this to make everything work well and I do not know whether to connect to 2.4 or 5G.

    Added after 28 [minutes]:

    The HP 250 G4 laptop does not catch 5G 2.4G only and the speedtest transfer is between 35-40 Mbps and on smartphones I connected to 5G and speedtest shows between 60-75 Mbps.
  • Level 43  
    sebaele22 wrote:
    I would like to set it all up well

    You can configure only at most the modemorouter's work channel in the Vectra client panel.
    sebaele22 wrote:
    I do not know whether to connect to 2.4 or 5G.

    The equipment decides about it.
    sebaele22 wrote:
    The HP 250 G4 laptop does not catch 5G 2.4G only and the speedtest transfer is between 35-40 Mbps and on smartphones I connected to 5G and speedtest shows between 60-75 Mbps.

    Previously it was so much too?
    The wifi network 2.4 GHz is more noisy (more networks) and the result is a different one (it also depends on what exactly the wifi network card has this laptop).
  • Level 30  
    Before, it was slightly better at around 50 Mbps, which means I do not know what's in the laptop :-(
  • Level 43  
    sebaele22 wrote:
    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.
    sebaele22 wrote:
    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.

    Here, look what you can change / do in this Technicolor:
    https://ebok.vectra.pl/#/login

    Login passwords directly to your modemorouter do not get from Vectra.
  • Level 30  
    Only I can change the operating mode of the device which I set to the router and the wireless channel set to 6.

    Added after 3 [minutes]:

    As for the program, I do not know how to run it, you have to enter some keys :-(
  • Level 26  
    And that's why you had to install inSSIDer v.2 (the last free, next ones are paid). Similar programs are also Acrylic WiFi Home (at least current).

  • Level 16  
    I just got this modem today.
    KOCUREK1970 wrote:
    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?
  • Level 43  
    Robinson74 wrote:
    Can this TC7230 modem work at 2.4GHz and 5GHz at the same time?
    Is this impossible?

    Factory is a duallband - but the operator can do it differently here.
    Robinson74 wrote:
    If you want to connect your own Wi-Fi router, it is necessary to change the Technicolor tc7230 operating mode to the bridge?

    You can still use DMZ but modem mode is the safest one.
    Robinson74 wrote:
    own router connected to it with Vectra is able to pull 300 Mbps download and 20 Mbps upload and wireless network, provided I use the appropriate router?

    The condition is LAN / WAN gigabit ports (1Gb).