It has been a very long month. I have had almost no internet service to speak of and it has been hard to take not having access. I have also been having a lot of health problems over the last month. The pain throughout my body has been nearly unbearable at times.
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Oh boy, so your local catlady bottlenecking your ISP and since your ISP is your building you basicaly cannot do anything about it. Well, have an IT guy look into that old router to change it's default IP (update it's firmware etc.) or buy the catlady a new router which I am sure wouldn't be that much of a money.
I think your landlord is at fault, by providing a system that only works if no one plugs in a router with the default settings for a home network (like 192.168.1.1). Your landlord should choose another LAN IP, that doesn't conflict so easily...
Alternatively your neighbor could choose a different LAN IP on her router, but then it'll start all over again when another neighbor plugs in a router.
I'm no expert, but it sounds like an insecure setup, where each of your neighbors could spy on each others network traffic.