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Router Support

Slow connectivity and internet speed may cause problem in our daily life. A router is a microprocessor-controlled device that is connected to two or more data lines from different networks. Routers also perform other tasks such as translating the data transmission, preventing unauthorized access to a network by the use of a firewall. The issues with Router can led down the application speed, downloads and connectivity for various internet use. Router as a device enables speed installation, logins, sharing data, updating the system and so on. Issues in Router can hamper the use and good connectivity. With Techie Softwares you can get rid of the problems as we offer service to solve the issues like

  • Configuration of router
  • Installing and upgrading the software
  • Giving high speed connectivity
  • Login and connectivity for routers
  • Hindrance in the configuring the connectivity and so on

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Disclaimer

Techiessoftware provides technical assistance for computing device across the world through phone email and chat. Any use of names and trademarks is only for reference and in no way intended to suggest that Teciessoftware's services has any business association with these third-party product providers. If your product is covered by warranty, the support service maybe available for free from manufacturer.

Frequently Asked Questions?

1. Will I get the speed according to my plan through Wi-Fi?

Not necessarily. The internet speed is fastest when the device is directly connected to an Ethernet cable. The speed may drop when connected through Wi-Fi due to wireless interference or due to incorrect router.

2. How do I know if I am using the correct router?

The suitable Wi-fi router depends on the internet speed that your plan entitles you to:

Desired internet speed is up to 40 Mbps An N300 router with standards 802.11 b/g/n is required. The WAN port speed must be 100 Mbps capable. DHCP, PPPoE and static IP support must be provided. Examples of such routers are Tenda N 301, Tenda F 3, and D-Link DIR-615

Desired speed is between 40 Mbps and 75 Mbps An AC750 dual band router with standards 802.11 a/b/g/n/ac is required. The WAN port speed must be 100 Mbps capable. DHCP, PPPoE and static IP support must be provided. Examples of such routers are TP-Link Archer C20, TP-Link Archer C50, Tenda AC6, and D-Link DIR-816.

Desired speed is over 75 Mbps An AC1200 and above dual band router with standards 802.11 a/b/g/n/ac is required. The WAN port speed must be 1 Gbps capable. DHCP, PPPoE and static IP support must be provided. Examples of such routers are Tenda AC15, TP-Link Archer C2, and D-Link DIR-825.

3. The internet speed on Wi-Fi is extremely slow. How do I improve the speed?

Connect your device to any of the router LAN ports and browse, if your device is not capable of connecting to the router through a wire, try to stay close to the router to get better speed.

4. I am not able to get good speed even when I am close to the router. What do I need to do?

This could be due to interference from other routers in the premises or any other wireless device which works in the same frequency or bandwidth. Try to avoid placing devices like cordless phones, microwave ovens and other routers near your router. Switch off Bluetooth on your phone. Try to place the router at a good height; the router must have a line-of-sight (LOS) to all other devices in the premises as far as possible.

5. How do I make my router perform better in an interference-filled environment?

Install the Wifi Analyzer app for Android devices from the Google Play Store and choose any channel that is free in the premises. If there are no free channels, choose the channel where there is no overlap of SSIDs between 2 channels as shown below.

6. My router is not performing well even if I make all the above changes, what should I do?

Try making the following changes

Try to place the router in a different room.

Try not to place the router in a corner of your home.

Do not place any large metal object near the router.

Try changing the direction the router is facing (by 90 degrees) in iterations to check the performance in each direction.

Try changing the direction in which the antenna is facing by pointing one antenna upwards and the other in another direction preferably away from a wall.

Use the QOS functionality in the router to prioritize your devices for using variable bandwidth.

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