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Fluctuating internet connection

When i am in the same room as my router my internet connection fluctuates from 54 to 24 to 12 to 2 Mbps. if i am in another room it rarely does that and my connection remains constant.

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Hi,
If u connect wireless connection,then u check it whether u get it signal(range) or not.

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