I have been reviewing the WiFi Drop Outs against the latest driver for Intel AC 8260, whilst I have tested all the support recommendation and hardware devices settings which I can list but be about 5 pages of details. I have even removed from test host AV product and VPN tools to ensure flat Windows OS.
After about a month and next step will be to replace the Intel WiFi card to Broadcom which have no impact and no issue, I thought I would try 1 last attempt.
I have attached the Intel PROSet/Wireless Logging Results and seeking peer review as I have little understanding of results, however what stands out to be is at 10:17:04 and 10:22:12. I am hoping to get a better understanding of the log review and assistance in troubleshooting results.
Any help would be greatly appreciated.
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From the reports shared, we can see you're connected to a 802.11g network. The 802.11g standard was released back in 2002, its maximum connection rate is 54 Mbps.
Taking in consideration security, network-overhead and environmental factors, the throughput (or maximum real world speed) of 802.11g is around 22-30 Mbps. At this speed, any interference may cause a disconnection.
Please test connecting to a network that uses a newer wireless protocol such as 802.11n or 802.11ac and let us know if the issue persists.
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