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The most prominent problems with connecting to the Internet and Wi-Fi at home!

    You return home after a long and hard day at work, hoping that you will relax on your sofa and start surfing the Internet to show you several Internet connection problems that are disturbing your day and aspire to your dreams of a good night by communicating with close friends, or watching a movie on the Internet if you encounter any Internet problem. We recommend that you follow the following article, in which you will find solutions to most Wi-Fi and network router problems.


Signs of a problem connecting to the Internet

  • The upload or download does not start, timeout, or persistence below the 0% percentage.
  • Not being able to open Google Play, the screen shows Loading in progress.
  • Websites could not load in browsers.

The most prominent Internet connection problems and how to solve them?

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1- Wi-Fi access is correct but the internet is slow

    There are many reasons why your Internet connection is slow. There may be a problem with your router, router, Wi-Fi signal, signal strength on the cable line, or devices on the network. The following steps may help you solve the problem of slow Internet:


  1. Check your router settings and look for an MTU setting incorrectly setting it may cause performance issues, it should still comply with your ISP's instructions.
  2. Make sure there is no interference between the signals of household appliances such as your microwave, or your neighbors' wireless networks, or reset your router for best performance by changing the Wi-Fi channel number.
  3. Make sure you have your updated antivirus software running, to attract and remove viruses and malware from your devices, as these malicious programs restrict network traffic without your knowledge, and cause noticeably slow internet.
  4. If your download speed suddenly becomes slow, stop the games and applications that you suspect are hiddenly consuming your network speed.


2- Slow or no Wi-Fi access to some rooms

    Wi-Fi network is the radio waves, which means that your router is broadcast in all directions from a central location, if the router in a remote corner of your home, Vsanscher network abroad without the benefit of them, this move router towards a more central location in your home, The closer you place the router to the center of the coverage area, the better reception will be throughout your home.


    If that doesn't help, your home may be too large for your router to cover, consider buying a wireless repeater or setting up an old router as a range extender for your main router.


3- Slow Wi-Fi everywhere in the house

    If Wi-Fi is slow no matter where you are, try connecting a laptop directly to the modem, via a network cable, and test your Internet speed, using a site like speedtest.net, if it's still low, The problem may be with your internet connection, not your router, so contact your ISP.


    If that doesn't help, do a factory reset of your router, and set it up again. On most routers, you have a reset button that you can press with a pin or paperclip, and do this for 30 seconds, to put the router back in default settings, then re-enter your settings, and check if the problem is resolved or not. If that also doesn't work, your router may be outdated and no longer working properly, consider buying a new one.


4- No device can connect to the internet

    Sometimes you may encounter the problem of not connecting to the Internet that only one device is exposed to, and the problem may be temporary, try turning off the Wi-Fi device on your device, then re-enable it, if that does not work, do the same with the router, by disconnecting it from The power is turned on, and then plugged in again after 30 seconds. If that doesn't help, and the problem persists, delete the current network from the list of networks saved on your device, then reconnect again.


    If you are using Windows 10, click on Network and open Find and fix network problems, here you will go through a series of diagnostics that may help to fix the connection, and you can also run the wireless diagnostics


  1. Hold down the Options key.
  2. Click on the Wi-Fi icon on the menu bar.
  3. Look for Open Diagnostics.
  4. Then follow the on-screen instructions.
  5. If it doesn't work for you either, restart your computer.


5- No device can connect to the internet

    If you can't connect to the internet at all, connect your laptop to the router directly via an Ethernet cable, and see if you can connect in this way, if that works, the problem is with the Wi-Fi, if you can no longer connect Because of the Wi-Fi problem, you will not be able to browse the Internet.


  1. Resetting your router can help you fix a myriad of issues, and being unable to connect is one of them.
  2. As we mentioned in the second paragraph, follow the steps to reset the router.
  3. If that doesn't work, you may want to consider buying a new router.


6- Wi-Fi disappears completely

    If you lost the WiFi network name on your device, the router will probably reset itself, do you see a network that is not password protected with the brand name of your router, if it is, connect the router to your laptop via an Ethernet cable, then reset Configure the settings correctly, again.


7- You are connected to the network but there is no access to the Internet

    The emergence of this problem means something tiring, but try to restart your router, by unplugging it from the electricity, and reconnecting it again, if that does not work, try also to reset the router in the same way mentioned above, and if the problem of your inability to access The Internet despite being connected to a Wi-Fi network, the cause may be from the Internet server, try to contact one of your friends who deals with the same network server to make sure that he suffers from the same problem, or contact the server and inquire about any malfunction that prevents you from surfing the Internet properly.


General Advice for Troubleshooting Internet Connection Issues on Android Devices

    Reboot your device, this may seem like the first simple solution, and sometimes it may be all you need to solve the problem of disconnection from the Internet.


    To solve the most common Internet connection problems on Android devices, open the Settings app on your device.


  • Look for wireless networks or connections.
  • These benefits may vary by device.
  • Turn off Wi-Fi and leave cellular data to notice the difference.
  • If the previous step didn't fix the problem, you can disable your mobile data, and re-enable your Wi-Fi to see if that fixes the problem.
  • You can take advantage of the tips above if the problem persists with your smartphone.




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