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What router are you using ?   Does your router allow you to disable "band steering" (some call it differently).  Basically to allow you to separate 2.4Ghz and 5Ghz band, instead of allowing the router to announce one SSID and have it decide what to use.


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Here is the data:

Router IPv6 status:


IPv6 network status:


IPv6 WAN details

Global unicast address:

Not available

Global unicast prefix / length:

Not available

Link local address:

Not available

Remote link local address:

Not availablehttp://


IPv4 Only

IPv6 LAN details

Global unicast address:

Not availableULA prefix / length:

Not available



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Unfortunately most all-in-one modem/routers provided by the ISP are usually not that great for WiFi (even here in North America).  They are super basic and are barely up to the job.

The setting you are looking for, would be under the "Wireless settings".  There is nothing WiFi in the settings you posted above.  It would something with the 2.4Ghz and 5Ghz bands.

Having said that, I myself have a more commercial grade setup at home ,but even then, for most of my media boxes ,I always have them wired, it is just more stable.



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