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Wifi issues. Low mbps up/down. Brand new Router/Adapter


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Michael Pavao

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Just got the Linksys EA6350 and the TP-Link USB 3.0 AC1300 wireless adapter. Im only about 70ish feet away from router, but cant have a ethernet going from office down the hallway. So i got a adapter. When i first got it running i was getting a good 150+mbps up and 10mbps down. Wasnt to bad, but now im only getting 20-50 down and .5 up. Its been a constant struggle trying to get decent wifi in this room. Went through many adapters before i just bought a new router. Couple walls in between the router and this room. Figured a AC router and adapter help more.

 
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Michael Pavao

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Update i just checked one of the pcs that is directly connected to the router and they are only getting like 20mbps down .90 up


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Ow man, how it is possible to have at one moment 150 mbps up and 10mbps down and after so big decrease...Very weird.Maybe U turned on some limitations, idk..Check ur router's settings, maybe this 192.168.l.l login could help u somehow.Good luck


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