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Completely missed that one, are there a lot of other networks in the area?
on the 2.4ghz band yes, on 5ghz no. I am the only local network broadcasting a 5ghz signal.
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Switch it to 40mhz on channel 36 or 44.

I have my channels set to ones that will not conflict with local WiFi networks. Those however are channels for the 2.4ghz band right? If so, I'm more concerned with 5ghz at the moment.
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Networking is a fickle mistress. One thing you could try is disabling the 2.4 Ghz radio, which would let you pinpoint when the 5 is on or not.

I had the 2.4ghz radio disabled on my network adapter, but not on my router. I re-enabled the 2.4ghz radio on my adapter to eliminate it being disabled as a cause.
post #12 of 15
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I have my channels set to ones that will not conflict with local WiFi networks. Those however are channels for the 2.4ghz band right? If so, I'm more concerned with 5ghz at the moment.

These are the 5ghz channels I'm talking about.
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These are the 5ghz channels I'm talking about.

Right, sorry I derped a moment there lol, I forgot 2.4ghz are 1-11. I currently have my 5ghz band set to channel 161, however I will try to run at channel 44 to see if that improves anything. As for the 40mhz bandwidth, I don't seem to have an option to change that on my router.
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Since my last post, I have moved my router to the top of a bookshelf instead of on my entertainment center, and I have also changed my channel to 44. So far I haven't had any significant issues to note. My reception appears to be the same, however my NIC is no longer blinking orange and blue like it was previously. I'm not entirely sure if my issues were ISP issues, or issues with my hardware, however if it was as simple as a channel change and a higher location that fixed it, I am a happy camper. Thanks guys for your help, ill update this thread again if this issue for some reason comes up again.


I have still been having issues with Teamspeak, such as lag, and roboting. However, I am not entirely sure if that is a server side issue or not, as I am not the only one that appears to be affected at the moment on that front.
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Since my last post, I have moved my router to the top of a bookshelf instead of on my entertainment center, and I have also changed my channel to 44. So far I haven't had any significant issues to note. My reception appears to be the same, however my NIC is no longer blinking orange and blue like it was previously. I'm not entirely sure if my issues were ISP issues, or issues with my hardware, however if it was as simple as a channel change and a higher location that fixed it, I am a happy camper. Thanks guys for your help, ill update this thread again if this issue for some reason comes up again.


I have still been having issues with Teamspeak, such as lag, and roboting. However, I am not entirely sure if that is a server side issue or not, as I am not the only one that appears to be affected at the moment on that front.

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