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  1. Hi all, We're presently in a small park, about 30 residents, and it has that rare thing - wifi of adequate range to reach our unit and kinda adequate capacity to stream Netflix. We generally get pretty good netflix streaming during the day (a bit watery on the colors), but that is when we're doing work and errands. In the evening, the reception is pretty on and off and frustrating - frequent stops for buffering, etc. Is there anything we can do on our end to help this - a signal booster, or whatever? Oddly, I have also noticed that the park network can be quite slow on surfing the web, but still can stream movies. Does Netflix have some sort of priority on bandwith that could cause that?
  2. Hi all, We're presently in a small park, about 30 residents, and it has that rare thing - wifi of adequate range to reach our unit and kinda adequate capacity to stream Netflix. We generally get pretty good netflix streaming during the day (a bit watery on the colors), but that is when we're doing work and errands. In the evening, the reception is pretty on and off and frustrating - frequent stops for buffering, etc. Is there anything we can do on our end to help this - a signal booster, or whatever? Oddly, I have also noticed that the park network can be quite slow on surfing the web, but still can stream movies. Does Netflix have some sort of priority on bandwith that could cause that?
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