For some reason, Teams cuts my Wi-Fi connection. This is a fairly new problem, but has made working with people on Teams nearly impossible. Before I begin a call/conference on Teams, my Wi-Fi tends to be very good, ranging from 130mb/s on a slow day to a typical range of 300-350mb/s. These are the speeds I reach when I test all of my computers, phone, and PlayStation. However, whenever I get in a call in Teams, the Wi-Fi can only reach up to 20mb/s on a lucky day, and typically stays in the range of 2-5mb/s. This means that while presenting, I am regularly losing contact and the other people are unable to see my screen. The strange thing is that this issue only occurs when I am on call in Teams. Skype doesn't have these issues, and I am regularly losing work time to try and figure out how to communicate with people.
If anyone else has had and fixed this problem, please let me know what your solution was. I have already tried using ethernet, restarting my router, and restarting my computer to no avail.