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Old 15-03-2017, 10:32 AM   #781
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Help for Infiniti Access Points

Hi guys I am not sure if this the right place to post his but does anyone here have any contact of networking specialists. I had recently used some networking guys to install the infrastructure at my new place. As it is over three floors I was recommended an access point system.

They install 3 Infiniti Pro access points (one on each floor) but I find my internet is extremely unstable. I have asked them to come and after some trouble shooting the internet works ok but when they leave I am faced with the same problem. The thing is that its very costly to keep calling them back and paying per hour charges when the problem is still not resolved.

In fact i dont even have full coverage as I cannot get a good signal at certain spots in the house. Can some kind soul point me towards a more reasonable company or any freelance expert who i can work with. Please help PM me so that I can get a second opinion. Thank you for your help.
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Old 31-07-2018, 07:46 PM   #782
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I moved from a bigger house (1 story but 2 living rooms/5 bedrooms) to a small 3 room flat recently and my wifi speeds are slow as hell. I never had problems at my old place despite the wifi having to go through 3 walls to reach my bedroom. Here, every night from 7pm~10pm it's almost unbearable and I keep getting dc'd from my games. Netflix drops to blurry 240p halfway through a show. The router is in the living room with the tv, but my flat layout has bedrooms around the living room, so it shouldn't be an issue right?

When I moved the ST guy took my old issued router and replaced it with a new aztech. I'm on 500M plan but highest I've gotten is 20Mbps during non-peak hours and as low as 3-8Mbps during peak hours. It's my fault for not paying to get a LAN port wired to my room, but other than that, idk what's the issue rn. Did my electrician f*ck me over somehow or is this new router just garbage? Should I get a 100 dollar Asus one or something? My family is facing the same issues in their bedrooms too. They mostly just surf fb and watch netflix, no one torrents or anything.
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Old 26-08-2018, 01:02 PM   #783
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Hi guys, is router or an access point better in term of performance when both is on same benchmark ac2600 ? I just bought a D-link DAP 1860 AC2600 wifi extender as this device can be connected to the modem and act as an access point. Currently my service provider is MyRepublic and 1Gbps Ultra plan, going to add-on another 1Gpbs pot so that I can add one more router or access point in my bedroom, as mentioned I bought the dap1860 for extending the wifi from the current MyRepublic Halo router but the speed was not satisfying. While waiting the activation for my add-on, Iím considering to replace the DAP1860 if router performs better speed and stability under same AC. Please share your knowledge with me as Iím new to this network thing. Thank you so much. Peace
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