Many factors can affect the network speed, like distance, interferences, router placement, connected devices, etc. If you are stuck with slow Internet, there are some common tips you can follow.
Troubleshoot slow network
1. Distance between the device and your router will affect the speed. Move your device closer to your Wi-Fi router will result in improved speeds.
2. Make sure the router is placed in well-ventilated areas.
3. Point all antennas as shown in the corresponding Quick Installation Guide.
4. Devices connected to the 5 GHz band may provide faster speeds than the 2.4 GHz band. Also, an Ethernet connection is more stable than a wireless connection.
5. Interferences like closed doors, walls, microwaves, and baby monitors may slow your connection.
6. Check if there are too many connections at the same time. If yes, you may consider disconnecting some devices through the App or web management page.
7. Check the maximum speed limit and link quality from your ISP (Internet Service Provider).
8. Some devices do not support faster Wi-Fi standards. Speed is dependent on both the router and the connected device.
9. Reboot or reset your router and modem might solve your slow Wi-Fi connection. It is recommended to reboot your router at least once a month for refreshing the cache.