Since a few days I've installed my Sitecom 300N Repeater to extend the wifi signal at my home.
I named my repeater the same as my wifi UPC modem (Cisco EPC3925), so the PC will see 1 connection instead of 2. I also turned off the DHCP server on the repeater (not sure what it does, but it was recommended when I was googling around).
Affortunately I'm experiencing a lot of trouble. Although I can connect to the repeater, the signal is not always stable.
Many times my connection speed is as low as 3 Mbps. When I quickly turn the power off and on it instantly jumps back to around 40 Mbps and stays like that for a few hours/days.
It's very hard to debug this problem because after resetting the the repeater is doing very good untill it slows down or even dissepears after a few hours.
I've allready tried to change the channel multiple times but it doesn't seem to solve the problem.
I'm not sure how to setup the modem and the repeater to make it stable, so I am hoping to learn from you guys.
Another problem occur after saving the repeater settings in web-setup (192.168.0.234).
Strangely I can't acces the web setup of the repeater after I save my settings and I have to reset it again to change some settings.
So to sum things up:
- The Cisco Modem (EPC3925) signal is fine and stable
- The Sitecom 300N Repeater's signal is sometimes good and sometimes very bad, It even disspears from time to time untill I reset the repeater.
- After changing settings on the repeater I am unable to reach the setup, I've heard more people about this problem.
- I've got the latest firmware installed
In case you need any screenshots to help me, please tell me what you need.
I'm looking forward to your help.