Does using/turning on all the wireless vlan networks reduce the range and speed of individual networks? ie having one main wireless network stronger and faster vs 5 wireless networks that become reduced in speed and range.
By that notion would there be incremental differences by reducing one network at a time? ie reducing from five to 4 to gain a slight increase in power?
Sounds like pretty long distance. I’m not sure how much signal degradation there is, but if the signal strength is > -80dBm range, you may get pretty good transmission speeds by trying different channels.
We have reports of up to 50-feet distance two story house without needing WiFi extenders. For longer distance, the 2.4Ghz channel works better. The number of walls between the router and the device plays a big role. But usually the signal strength is a good indicator (check the Status page, need to be >-80dBm to get decent transmission speed).