|Feb 1, 2013, 11:37 PM||#1|
I know it's the Received Signal Stength Indication. It used to be up in the 70s or 80s but since Rogers fixed something for us when our internet went down, it's usually around the 50s or 65s, and changes constantly. When I take my computer downstairs where the router is, the RSSI is around 28-30s.
Is the lower the number the faster it is? Even with the hitron modem/router, I've found even upstairs the internet has been fast and the wi-fi seems better. Still kinda disappointing it's the fastest in the basement with the router, but it's at good speeds upstairs.
Right now my RSSI is 59. Is that good?
We got this rogers modem/router, which at first the wi-fi was awful but then someone Rogers did something and it's very fast now. Still the RSSI always changes.
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