Hey guys, so I just moved into a new house in November 2015. I've had MBP 15" Mid 2014 model since October 2014. I'm running El Capitan 10.11.3. I've never had an issue with its connectivity anywhere else, but since I got to this new house I've had nonstop problems. Essentially, I'll be browsing the internet and at seemingly sporadic intervals, my connection seems to just freeze. Suddenly, no webpages will load, email won't load, Slack/other services say they've lost connection, etc. I've sat there waiting over a minute as it tries to load a webpage and nothing happens. The fastest way for me to fix it is to just turn my wifi off and back on again on the MBP. It reconnects instantly, and everything is working again. At least until it happens again 10 minutes later, or an hour later, or whatever random interval. My girlfriend's Dell has no problems. My iPad and iPhone also have no problems. So, something is happening with my MBP. I have Xfinity internet, we use the router they provided us model TC8305C. I tried going into the settings and changing the channel to the least congested one (the one we were using wasn't really too congested anyway), I tried messing with my MTU settings. I tried deleting all my wifi settings by following these instructions: http://osxdaily.com/2015/10/16/fix-wi-fi-problems-mac-os-x-el-capitan/ . I'm using Google DNS. I've tried resetting SMC and PRAM. Of all the above attempts, MTU seemed to actually make things work well for a few days, which was the longest stretch I've gone without problems. However, it may have just been some crazy coincidence, because everything has gone to **** again. This morning alone I've had to turn my wifi off/on about half a dozen times in 4 hours. Any ideas? Help!