Well it was too good to last. ^ months ago, we had problems, various engineer visits and a cable repull solved the problem of sorts, but they are now back with a vengeance.
As with many we are now very much working from home - and this is now business critical for my wife. In summary, when on any application, be it teams, Zoom, Skype et all apparently she sounds like a dalek with tourettes. Wi Fi signal level is everywhere, drop outs abound and quite frankly it is not acceptable. I have tried all the usual suspects - run SSID chose an uncongested channel, turn off smart WiFi, reboot router weekly (I know where I would like to boot it......) but nothing seems to work long term. Please help as this has the potential to become job critical - she cannot do her job unless this heap of junk work - and it quite plainly doesn't...............
log into hub3 - 192.168.0.1 [or 192.168.100.1 if in modem mode] - DON'T SIGN IN, click - click router status [centre of screen] - and post the downstream and upstream figures - to see those press on the grey buttons/boxes labeled - upstream - downstream
I will do that in a moment. I have wsome wired connections (Hive, music streamer and NAS drive) )and they seem OK. The problem lies with the WiFi side. I am supposed to be on 350Mb, and running speedcheck shows me as getting pretty close to this on wired, but on wireless only 45-50Mb.
You’re correct in saying you’re supposed to be on 350Mbps however this is only the speed delivered to your hub and wired devices - WiFi is not part of the speed guarantee.
So what speeds do your wired devices get?
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