I've just moved to a large apartment and my office is maybe 50 yards from the router. I can't move the router as there's only one phone point. Is there any way to boost the signal or maybe strengthen the antenna on my computer? (I have an Acer desktop with an antenna sticking out of the hard disk via USB port. Also, I'm only semi-literate on computers.
Thanks for any advice. I have a ZyXel 660HW-Ti wireless router supplied by True in Bangkok.
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I believe you will need to upgrade the firmware of the router. This model has issues with the firmware. Download the firmware of the router from the www.linksys.com/download on the main computer. the computer should be connected to the router with the cable. Do not upgrade the firmware on a wireless computer. open the set up page of the router and upgrade the firmware. After upgrading the firmware, it is recommended that you should reset and reconfigure the router.
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Since wireless networks use radio waves to transmit signals, it’s
possible that typical household electronics-your microwave, cordless
phone or even the baby monitor- can interfere with this signal. Make
sure you move your wireless router away from those devices that use the
same 2.4GHz frequency range.
Other causes of interference are brick and cinder block walls, metal
doors, metal frames around windows and doors, and metal filing cabinets.
Take these simple steps to reduce wireless interference:
Move the router further away from the interfering device or object.
If there is interference with a phone, you can change the channel
of the phone or the Router so they use different channels. If there is
still too much interference, you may have to buy a different phone
system, operating at either 900MHz or 5GHz.
Place the wireless router in a central location of your house, such as a family room or office.
Arrange the desktop or laptop’s wireless antenna so that it points toward the wireless router.
Avoid placing the antenna close to an outside wall (unless outside
is where you want to be). If you want to connect while you’re outside,
place the router near a window.
Place your Access Point as high as possible. If your network goes
through multiple floors, try to place the Access Point on the upper
It is always useful to keep firmware and drivers up to date. You may also want to double check your network settings to make sure you dont have any problems in that area.
If the slowness is just on wireless the you could check and maybe change the channel on your router and maybe even consider moving the router to see if that helps. also if you have near any wireless phones consider moving the phone or the router.