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5ghz uni-2

NinjasUnite
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Message 14 of 14

Hi,

I’m just wondering if the TalkTalk routers support the 5ghz uni-2 channels. As I’m looking at optimising WiFi performance. Thanks in advance.

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Message 1 of 14

Hi NinjasUnite

 

WIFI optimisation has now been switched off.

 

Thanks

 

Debbie 🙂

Message 2 of 14

Yes please Debbie

Message 3 of 14

Hi NinjasUnite

 

Thanks Keith.

 

If you would like me to switch off WIFI optimisation then please let me know.

 

Debbie

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KeithFrench
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Message 4 of 14

Have you had TalkTalk’s Wi-Fi optimisation disabled on your Sagemcom FAST5364 router? When this is enabled, as it is by default, it has the power to override any Wi-Fi configuration changes that you might make. Only TalkTalk can do this for you, you cannot do it yourself. If not, just request they disable this for you in your reply.

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KeithFrench
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Message 5 of 14

No problem, glad to help.

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Message 6 of 14

Cheers mate

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KeithFrench
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Message 7 of 14

Then yes it does support middle & extended. This is the current firmware's channel range in UNI-11:-

 

Sagemcom UNI-11 channels.png

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Message 8 of 14

@KeithFrench The router is a Sagemcom.

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KeithFrench
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Message 9 of 14

If you only want to use 52 - 64 then all TT dual band routers do, as these are the U-NII-2 Middle, most also support the Extended group from 100 - 140.

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Message 10 of 14

@Debbie-TalkTalk No. I mean so I can access channels 52, 56, 60 and 64. I can only access these if my router has DFC and TPC enabled.

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KeithFrench
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Message 12 of 14

Yes, they do, whether they support the full range of U-NII-2 Extended may depend on which router you are talking about. Please note that not all devices support U-NII-2 Middle & Extended, as some network adapters do not include the DFS logic in them & if they don't, then they are not allowed to support channels 52 - 140.

Keith
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Debbie-TalkTalk
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Message 13 of 14

Hi NinjasUnite

 

Do you mean split the SSID's and connect to the 5ghz channel?

 

Split your router's SSID (wireless network name)