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Do you see any of these problems with your Netgear Nighthawk M1 / M2 / M5 Router?
Does your Router re-boot when the signal strength becomes low (RS-SINR < 0)?
When your Router re-boots is the Router's Global IPv6 address missing?
When your Router re-boots does your Router have DNS access?
When your Router re-boots is the Router's IPv4 address missing (0.0.0.0)?
Have you noticed any problems with your Wireless Broadband service since 5G was installed on the tower to which you are connected?
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Re: Do you see any of these problems with your Netgear Nighthawk M1 / M2 / M5 Router?
Mine rarely reboots, but operates on just 1 bar of 4GX signal on Telstra repeater. It can lose the network when handed to a more distant/worse cell and I manually reboot it.
The reason 4GX has deteriorated is that Telstra have in almost all situations relocated the 4GX antennas from the prime / highest position on the tower or rooftop, and given that position to the 5G antennas. The 4GX antenna reception has noticeably deteriorated because of that.
P.S. I am referring to a M2 which is brilliantly fast
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