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Weak signal my signal always says the signal is strong but it only produces 5.5 mbs which makes all the other wireless devices super slow. I constantly restart the device but that doesnt work. What do you suggest?

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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.

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