Stop neigbour from using my network. Speed has become slow
I have a D-link Di 624 hard wired from my neigbour 1 to mine as he has high speed and i can't get it from the same provider. My other neigbours cannot either. We are suspecting that neigbour 2 is using band width from me as he is pretty close to my house and on the other side. Can i prove that somehow and how to i turn neigbour 2 off
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I had this problem or similar. Verizon (in New England area) upgraded my speed to 7MPS Download and 1MBS upload. It was slower than the old speed. I called in Verizon and after a lot of back and forth - well, to be fair, they were good - it turns out that the router on their site was old. They unplugged us from it and put us on a newer faster router and Voila! Worth a shot.
Hello, This router's wired connections run at 100mbps, with little latency. Your wireless connection is susceptible to radio interference, and signal quality to how far you are from the router. If your laptop doesn't support the Xtreme G, then you won't see the wireless 108mbps, but rather only 54mbps or lower, depending on your signal quality.
The wireless G spec is now out dated and quite slow. If you have a pretty new laptop with wireless N then I recommend you get a wireless N router. The wireless signal on a wireless N router typically sees speeds of 300mbps and sometimes higher depending on the model of your laptops wireless card and the model of wireless router. You will ONLY see a speed increase if your devices support the wireless N spec. It will probably never be faster then wired connections, but wireless N does a good job of trying.
If you are talking about about your speed while connected to the wireless, I do believe this is a 801.11b, which means it is a slower router (for wireless) and only goes up to 11Mbps. If you think you are getting even slower speed than that, log in to it, go to the wireless setting tab and find the setting for the connection speed. make sure its set to use the full 11Mbps! (sometimes is can be set to only 1-3 or 3-5Mbps).
If you are talking about the speed while connected via hard wire (eithernet cable), log in to your router and make sure that the wired speed is set to the highest value (I believe this one goes to 100Mbps full-duplex) and also make sure that the cable you are using is at least a CAT5 or above (CAT5. CAT5E, CAT6). A CAT3 ethernet cable will not go up to the 100mpbs! (this is printed on the wire).. also make sure that the port on your computer also goes up to 100mbps!
Where are you measuring the speed:
* transferring files from one computer on your network
to another computer on your network?
* using a "speed-test" web-site (http://speedtest.shaw.ca) that reports the speed?
What level of service are you paying your ISP for? "Lite"? "High-Speed"? "Extreme" ? "Nitro" ?
The "bottleneck" could be between your ISP and your router,
not between your router and your computer.
type user name as "admin" and password as "admin" or blank or "password"
then go to wi fi advanced then check signal channel type 4 , 6, 11 are working fine try 1 by 1 theses channel then check. Set channel which give most high speed. When you set channel always save settings then restart computer and router both after save settings then check. Thanks for using fixya.
From modem's ethernet, connect the wire to the router's Internet/WAN port. From your PC, connect the wire to port 1 of the router. If it says network connection is disabled, right click on Local Area Connection and click on Enable.
Yes, you can connect the DI-624 to your exitsing EBR-2310, you just need to connect the a cable from port 4 of the EBR-2310 to the internet/wan port of the DI-624, then after that you can already use now the wireless to your laptop and also the wired router to your desktops.
But I may suggest you to just replace the EBR-2310 with the DI-624 so you will only be using 1 router that can cater your laptop and also your desktop, Just connect the cable from your modem that is conencted now to your EBR-2310 to the internet/wan port of the DI-624 then run the setup CD that should be it.
Might I suggest that you reset the router to its default configuration by pressing and holding the reset button until it reboots. This way you will be dealing with the default configuration. Then try to use it. Remember the default login ID is admin and the password is Password or admin.
Lets hope this helps