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How to Measure the Range of a WiFi Router?

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Measure the Range of a WiFi Router:

It is recommended to check the range of a wireless router before you install it. Electrical appliances, fluorescent lights, and metal structures interrupt the wireless signal. To check the best placement of a wireless router, you need to do a real-world test. You must check consistency and signal strength from time to time in every corner of your coverage area. 

Steps to Measure the Range of a WiFi Router

Below are the steps that you need to follow to measure the range of your Wi-Fi router. 

Step 1: Set up your router. 

Step 2: After that, power on your computer and then connect it to your wireless router. 

Step 3: Go to the Windows Control Panel and then open the Network and Sharing Center. You can check the signal strength of your network by going to the active network connection window. 

Step 4: Now, take your laptop away from the router and keep the signal strength display open. Stop when you see poor signal strength on the display. 

Step 5: Launch command prompt on your PC and then type "ping 192.168.1.1--t" to ping the router. Search for any incomplete messages or gripped packets. 

Step 6: Wait for 10 minutes and then stop the Ping command by pressing Ctrl-C. 

Step 7: Now, move your laptop close to the router until you see no transmission error in the command prompt. On your site map, mark this location as the corner of coverage. 

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