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I have tested my internet connection with my ISP and the connection is fine but the signal from my wireless router seems to be the problem. This just started out of the blue (no recent changes). Pages load very slow if at all. My computer tells my that the connection is good but profermance says otherwise.

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Disconnect the router, and use an Ethernet cable to connect your computer's network-port directly to the cable-modem (or DSL-modem), and try the "performance" of Internet activity.

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The other problem might be the fault of your ISP. If they are having equipment problems, they might actually have a router that is failing. If you are unsure of the connection to your network, simply contact your ISP and ask that they perform a signal check or to PING your router from their side and measure the signal strength and return rate on the signal.

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-- who is your internet service provider
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