If the internet speed of the AOL broadband wireless router is slow, proceed with the troubleshooting instructions given on this page to resolve the Aol router problems.
First, you have to check whether your AOL broadband wireless router or your device is the reason for the slow internet speed.
If many applications are running on your device, they might use your system resources (RAM memory and CPU) or AOL internet bandwidth.
If you are using a laptop, open the Task Manager window and check your CPU and memory utilization. If you are using any other device, restart it. This will shut down all the applications that are running in the background.
Run the AOL speed test on your computer as well on your mobile. Compare the results on both the devices. This will help to easily determine whether the problem is with the device or AOL broadband.
If the problem is not with the AOL broadband internet connection, but with the wireless connection, try to establish a direct connection between the AOL broadband wireless router and the computer using an Ethernet cable.
Re-run the AOL speed test. If speed is better, this confirms that the Aol router problems is with the wireless connection setup.
Resolve the wireless network problem.
Check if the Wi-Fi channels that you are using for your wireless network are overlapping with that of your neighbor.
Remove any obstacles like a microwave oven as they might interfere with the wireless signal.
Restart your wireless router and check if the problem has been resolved.
If needed, reset the wireless router and configure it again.
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