I have tried every combination wth the Routers Wifi but there still remains issues particularly with my Broadcom WiFi laptop Chipet.
As I explained on a previous post where I have tried:-
1) UnSyncing the two wifi Frequencies and renaming as neccessary.
2) Altering the drop down menu "Caps" and trying at each Wifi speed type (which indicates the speed cap)
3) Altering the prefered WiFi 2.4Ghz channels and trying at 1,6,11 and settling at channel 6.
Resyncing 2.4GHZ & 5GHZ to same ssid and testing performance with various Wifi Dongles, some which will work on 5Ghz and some that were 2.4Ghz only I have no issues, which has always been the case.
However the laptop which only supports 2.4Ghz Wifi and has a broadcom chipset just doesn't like the router and manifests its issues by locking up browser pages when several are open until they time out.
It would be interesting to know what the issue is and I'm interested in peoples feedback, however as per the title of this post I'd be more grateful for alternative good routers.
You mention an Asus Router RobertoS, is that a full VDSL2 router and if so which one? If so does it support the features Andrew mentions?
I've been very impressed with Asus Routers and with the way the pound is going, now might be the time to buy!
Edited by Vorlon (Fri 24-Jun-16 13:45:12)