Am I Connected To An Ac Network – Connection – Networking

GoDaddy blames outage on corrupted router tables | PCWorld

You could have interference and the router is trying to avoid be negotiating down the connection. You can sometime tell by the speed it connects and then look those up in the table to see if it is a 802.11ac only rate. the Roulter says i am in AC mode the speed looks to be above 802.11n too but only half of the maximum the adapter advertises at 5ghz (650Mbp), and i can’t force it to 80mhz since it only goes to “20/40/80 auto” Reply to sonnar Can’t find your answer ?
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PDT Monday and service was fully restored by 4 p.m. PDT, according to the company. The company did not specify how the tables were corrupted but did state it took additional measures “to prevent this from occurring again,” Wagner said. The company temporarily had competing registrar VeriSign to handle its DNS services during the outage. Customer information, such as credit card information, was not compromised any anytime during the outage, GoDaddy said. @AnonymousOwn3r did not immediately respond to GoDaddy’s statement.
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