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All Wi-Fi channels experience interference at a periodic rate for several seconds causing very poor internet

Wideband wireless interference wide enough to disrupt both 2.4GHz and 5GHz spectrums would be very rare in my opinion. It could potentially be malicious activity by someone using a wideband RF jammer, ...
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My router IP address is different on different devices. Why?

You're supposed to plug the WAN port of your router in to the LAN port of your modem. In general, the WAN port is supposed to face "upstream"; toward the public Internet. LAN ports are ...
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What is the maximum distance for a Wi-FI repeater?

A possible setup to get and retain a stable connection is using directional antennas. You simply replace the omnidirectional antenna with a long Yagi (they are available for Wifi bands) on both sides. ...
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What is the maximum distance for a Wi-FI repeater?

If it is a long term install, then put in a fibre link. Use two Fibre / Ethernet Media Converters (e.g. TP-Link single mode) and run an optical fibre between the houses. Make sure the Media Converter ...

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