I have a relatively modern Gaming quality PC in my box room (which is currently serving as an office). The PC actually has Wi-Fi built in, but when I try to connect to my Hub 3.0 (which is at the other side of the house), it won't connect. The house isn't particularly big (it's a terraced house), but it's over 100 years old, so there's a possibility that there's structure within the walls that is interfering (even though the computer can at least pick up that there is a Wi-Fi network, it refuses to connect, or in the rare case it does, it doesn't pick up the Internet connection). I have concern about sending the network through the house's electric cables due to its age, and I don't feel like putting holes in the walls to set up a new physical line, as this house is a rental property.
Has anyone any suggestions as to how I could address this?
If you are gaming then the best thing to do is run an Ethernet cable from the VM hub to your machine.
As Tudor says - run Cat6a ethernet cable from the Hub to your PC - be creative about how/wher to run it and how to conceal it - under carpets... between carpet and skirting boards.. through any airbricks yton may have to go outside and in again etc..