Wireless Health monitoring?

asked 2020-01-22 13:03:28 +0000

war4peace gravatar image

updated 2020-01-22 13:03:45 +0000

Hi all, I have the following network setup:

Router: Ubiquiti ERPoE5

AP: Ubiquiti AC Pro

Wireless adapter: D-Link DWA‑192 AC1900 USB Wireless Adapter

Operating System: Windows 10.

The issue I am facing is that every x amount of minutes (where X could be between 5 and 30), the connection "hangs" for around 2 to 2.6 seconds, then comes back to normal. I have not found anything relevant in the Event Viewer for these occurrences. I can only detect these occurrences while playing games online (because they require real-time connectivity). The first software I installed was WirelessMon from PCMark, which, when it runs, makes these connection iterruptions happen way more often (every few seconds), so I installed Wireshark instead. With that being said, I have poor networking skills, managed to install and configure all the above myself, keep them up-to-date and everything works fine except this recurring connectivity issue that I would like to investigate.

I should mention that this issue does not appear on wired connections from same PC, only wireless, but for the time being I can't use a wired connection, so would need to troubleshoot the wireless one.

I guess first thing I need is establish a filter which captures only these events (Wireless network connectivity); advice on how to set up such filter would be much appreciated. Thank you in advance for your answers!

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