Question about NetGear WGR614 Wireless Router
Unfortunately, by FCC regulation, your phone and wireless device have to accept interference. Sounds like it's a proximity issue. Try moving the phone base to another part of the house - different room. That will cut down on the power level from the phone over the router.
Also, try a couple other tricks on the router by encrypting the wireless signal to the router.
The WEP ENCRYPTION encoding scheme by default will cut down on the interferences but may slow connection speeds.
And by changing the operating channel in the router to the highest one - channel 11.
Most routers will tell you what the frequencies are of the 11 channels. Try to find out the frequency of the phone and then move the router channel as far away from that freq as you can - up or down.
Posted on Oct 13, 2008
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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