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How close do I have to be to the router for the wireless signal to be picked up? The Led light flashes but we cannot pick up the signal/.

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The manual tells you the range of your router, but keep in mind that electronic devices and walls can severely reduce it. If your walls are made of stone, even if you are in the next room, it will be a very weak signal.

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Usually those have a 25 to 40 meter range....if there is nothing in the way of the signal..i use 20 meters as a rule of thumb..

Posted on Oct 15, 2008

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