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Greetings myname is Mark and I will be glad to assist you. Sorry for the bad news but I have as a IT replaced the netopia adapter more than once with your very complaint. Two wire routers as a rule especially older models have a very low signal strength on the upling. Your solution is to replace the adapter. Have a great day.
Be mucho blessed,
Mark

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