Maybe you should. Most tuning has quite its own goals and its own environment and settings. But as OP did not post his/her configuration and resulting registration values so far, it's difficult to hint any further.
The start setup is the same for most. So you could implement this already. (I test with direct configuration. When satisfied one can translate it to CAPsMAN settings, some parameters are missing however, and should be set locally.)
You did not give much information , but already as a starting point, I would avoid 40MHz channels in the 2.4 GHz band. Frequency 2417 (channel2) is deadly for channel 1, 6 and even is one step closer to 11 than it should.. So this probably interferes with the whole 2.4 GHz band. Any one in the neighborhood that uses channel 1 and 6 will not use co-channel interference with your device. The channels must match for (friendly) coexistence.
You are indoor, and limit the channels to outdoor frequencies in the 5 GHz band. Use "any" as installation if devices are indoors. There you can use all frequencies. They differ in allowed TXpower."Ceee" is wide. If you have dual stream this is for 866Mbps interface rates. With "Ce" you can already have 400 Mbps as interface rate. (=200 Mbps data rate), and this will be more stable than Ceee. Through a wall this will drop. Check the TX/RX CCQ in registration. Signal strength may not be your problem but signal quality.
Rates look OK. But "n" uses HT MCS as rate setting, and "ac" uses VHT MCS
Security is OK.
wAP ac and hAP ac2 work till -86 dBm. You might be down to 6-12Mbps and MCS 0-1 (also 6-12 Mbps) interface rate. Through wall's you have low CCQ. With 50% CCQ you sent everything twice on average, halving the P-throughput further.
Hi and big thanx for answear!
Lets sort this out. I get that signal strength might not be an issue here but quality. Thats why i get lag in online games etc. i guess.
Lets start with 2.4GHz band. Didnt really get you there. I used the built in tools to find a freq. no one else in hood are using. Thought i could get whichever i like :) But you say no so i wonder which channels would i prefer? 2412, 2437, 2462 maybe? And choose one of these thats most less crowded? Or maybe all 3 and set a re-select intervall in caps config every hour or something? Current using Ce extension channel. Should i use this on 2.4? Would any tune in TX rate get any better? How do i avoid 40 Mhz channels ? :)
On 5GHz band you say Ceee is for dual stream, do you mean dual chain here? wAP ac is dual chain and hAP ac is actually tripple chain. You say Ce is more stable and enough so i might try that. Can any TX tune improve further?
Should i set country or leave it blank?
wAP ac 2.4: pending 75-90%
wAP ac 5: cant see any value at all here
hAP ac 2.4: almost same here, pending 80-90%
hAP ac 5: 85-95%