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Router Causing Slow Internet

PostPosted: Tue Jan 15, 2019 10:49 am
by nickrobin007
We know that Interference can be caused by simply having another electronic device too close to the wireless router itself. I am having the same problem. My wireless router is sitting on or very close to our TV or sub-woofer speaker, or other electronic devices, so, it is causing interference and as the result, my router is getting slow. I have tried a lot to increase the speed of the router by resetting it and also have searched how to reset linksys router, but no change in speed is found.

Re: Router Causing Slow Internet

PostPosted: Thu Jan 17, 2019 5:05 am
by JenniferT
You can try flashing the firmware on the WRT54GL to DD-WRT. That's a third party firmware which lots of people prefer over the factor firmware shipped with their routers. The WRT54GL was specially made to use third party firmware so you should have no problem installing it. Maybe DD-WRT will prove more reliable (routers are just tiny computers which usually run Linux, so different software will behave differently).

Re: Router Causing Slow Internet

PostPosted: Wed Feb 20, 2019 12:13 pm
by Advica
Huh.. I have never thought of that.. My router isn't wireless but it is close to a few electronic devices such as table computer, hifi stereo and TV and this table computer is the slowest in our flat. We have sometimes 5 computers connected. Two of those are connected threw wifi. Is it possible that because of the small distance between router and the other computer is the internet connection slow?

Re: Router Causing Slow Internet

PostPosted: Fri Feb 22, 2019 2:54 pm
by Plvner
Well. The Lynkis router you have and the Belkin router are pretty much the same things. You can check the guides for Belkin and you'll probably find the answers here http://www.router-reset.com/router-login-web-interface/Belkin. Check the other articles there as well. The truth is out there.

Re: Router Causing Slow Internet

PostPosted: Sun Apr 14, 2019 2:37 pm
by Sagertun
Sagertun wrote:
nickrobin007 wrote:We know that Interference can be caused by simply having another electronic device too close to the wireless router itself. I am having the same problem. My wireless router is sitting on or very close to our TV or sub-woofer speaker, or other electronic devices, so, it is causing interference and as the result, my router is getting slow. I have tried a lot to increase the speed of the router by resetting it and also have searched https://wpcrows.com/ , but no change in speed is found.


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Re: Router Causing Slow Internet

PostPosted: Wed Apr 24, 2019 3:58 pm
by Sagertun
nickrobin007 wrote:We know that Interference can be caused by simply having another electronic device too close to the wireless router itself. I am having the same problem. My wireless router is sitting on or very close to our TV or sub-woofer speaker, or other electronic devices, so, it is causing interference and as the result, my router is getting slow. I have tried a lot to increase the speed of the router by resetting it and also have searchedbest digital signature provider in kanpur , but no change in speed is found.


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Re: Router Causing Slow Internet

PostPosted: Fri Apr 26, 2019 11:19 am
by JenniferT
Before contacting your Internet provider, be sure to restart your Internet modem (the piece of hardware supplied by your Internet company) and your wireless router.
First, unplug your modem. Then, unplug your router. Wait about ten seconds before powering on your modem. After your modem is fully powered, restart your wireless router.
This is usually enough to fix a slow Internet connection.

Another issue that can cause slow Internet speeds is that your wireless router is too hot. This can happen if it is covered with papers or perhaps a jacket, or is left exposed to sunlight.