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You can try forgetting the WiFi network then add it back and see if that makes any difference
 
 
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Originally Posted by jbadboy2007

You can try forgetting the WiFi network then add it back and see if that makes any difference

Also, check whether the router supports 5 GHz over 2.4. If so, try switching to that.
You may find with the cable wireless gateways that you're better off buying your own.
Comcast's isn't bad but get more than 10 feet away and you start seeing it drop off.
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