Many things cause problems with the Wi-Fi signal in your home but a common one that’s easy to fix is signal interference. This is caused when there are multiple Wi-Fi networks in the same area all operating on the same channel. Thankfully, Wi-Fi interference is becoming less of a problem with the latest modems automatically changing the channel if it’s too ‘busy’. But if your modem is older, you can easily change the channel yourself and improve your signal.
The process is similar for most modems but will differ slightly depending on the make and model. We’ve listed instructions for two of the most common modem/routers supplied by us.
Sagem F@st 3864 (ADSL and NBN)
Netgear CG3000 & CG3000V2 (Cable)