Question Big problems with my WiFi ?

Jun 24, 2022
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I've a big big problem with my WiFi...i've got a Fritz 7530 AX. Even if every device has got an IP number suddenly the modem doesn't send packages (sometimes my iphone , sometimes my brother's macbook, often the printer) broken modem? I did not have the same behaviour with other modems (asus, tp-link). I've got a mesh net and my adsl is 7 mb. Any advice?
 

Diddly

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Set your router to DHCP if you can and just let the router sort out IP allocations. it avoids accidentally give two or devices the same IP. Also check for a new firmware for the Fritz. what's the mesh net plugged into and what is the Fritz plugged into? It's not clear how your home network is setup
 

Ralston18

Titan
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This device?

https://assets.avm.de/files/docs/fritzbox/fritzbox-7530-ax/fritzbox-7530-ax_man_en_GB.pdf

Check the ADSL connection serving the Fritzbox.

Is there a splitter/filter on the incoming service line?

Something like the following line diagram:

ISP ---- ADSL cable ----> [IN] Splitter/Filter [OUT1] -----> Fritzbox and Splitter/Filter [OUT2] ----> Telephone system.

Splitter/Filter likely to be very small and could be placed anywhere along the incoming path.

Splitters/filters are made as cheaply as possible and can cause intermittent problems such as you describe. Could also be a faulty cable/plug as well.

FYI:

https://www.isat.co.za/support-online/pots-filter-basic-guide.aspx

You can google for other similar links and explanations.
 
Jun 24, 2022
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I've a big big problem with my WiFi...i've got a Fritz 7530 AX. Even if every device has got an IP number suddenly the modem doesn't send packages (sometimes my iphone , sometimes my brother's macbook, often the printer) broken modem? I did not have the same behaviour with other modems (asus, tp-link). I've got a mesh net and my adsl is 7 mb. Any advice?
My Fritz is in DHCP mode...my fritz is connected to Adsl connector. The mesh repeaters are used for far rooms
 
Jun 24, 2022
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This device?

https://assets.avm.de/files/docs/fritzbox/fritzbox-7530-ax/fritzbox-7530-ax_man_en_GB.pdf

Check the ADSL connection serving the Fritzbox.

Is there a splitter/filter on the incoming service line?

Something like the following line diagram:

ISP ---- ADSL cable ----> [IN] Splitter/Filter [OUT1] -----> Fritzbox and Splitter/Filter [OUT2] ----> Telephone system.

Splitter/Filter likely to be very small and could be placed anywhere along the incoming path.

Splitters/filters are made as cheaply as possible and can cause intermittent problems such as you describe. Could also be a faulty cable/plug as well.

FYI:

https://www.isat.co.za/support-online/pots-filter-basic-guide.aspx

You can google for other similar links and explanations.
Yeap, ti's this the device... It isn't an Adsl problem: the navigation with ethernet port is absoultly stable: i've had the same problems with other modems
 

Ralston18

Titan
Moderator
Mesh repeaters: make, model, how many, distances, environment, etc.?

Do the problems occur when roaming (macbook, iphone)? I.e., Roaming aggressiveness.

How many network devices are being supported by your network?

FYI:

https://www.makeuseof.com/windows-roaming-aggressiveness-guide/

And a bit more explanation:

https://documentation.meraki.com/MR/WiFi_Basics_and_Best_Practices/Seamless_Roaming_with_MR_Access_Points

Note: Going out of my "comfort zone" a bit (full disclosure).

However there are Forum members and participants with mesh network experience who may be able to provide additional ideas and suggestions.

Seeing the bigger picture with respect to your overall network may prove helpful.
 
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The mesh repeaters are Fritz repeater 2400: The repeaters are two. The distance is about 7 m for the first one (there are a concrete wall) and the second one on the lower floor. The problem apears suddenly without roaming. I've got 10-11 devices wifi
 

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