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Re: My Belkin F5D8053 is working in low strength
If you're encountering a very internet connection on your router, this is can be a problem with either the internet connection from your modem or the firmware of the router should be updated, first thing that you can try is to update the firmware of the firmware of the router, you can download the latest firmware of it from Belkin web site then after that observe the connection if you still have a slow internet using the router , Try to check now the internet from your modem by connecting a computer directly to your modem and if you still have the same problem internet connection from your ISP is the problem so you can contact them about that..........
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If its a Internet link which u are speaking about, Please connect the LAN to the System with LAN wire and check the speed. the Problem will be due to low connectivity issue. Wireless router will not increase the bandwidth, it can able to provide the same or below the bandwidth which it received from the ISP.
Strange, as these modems tend to have a pretty decent wireless signal strength. Try changing the channel your modem broadcasts on. If you surf to 192.168.1.1 you'll be able to visit the modem interface, where you can change this setting.
if you connect the computer directly to the modem, does it work? If your computer is able to go online through the modem, that means the modem is working fine. You will need to connect the computer to the router and the modem to the router. open the set up page of the router and change the settings of the router according to the ISP.
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User manual: http://www.belkin.com/support/article/?lid=en&pid=F5D8233-4&aid=8340&scid=942
Don't forget to make a WPA key to secure your network. (WPA is stronger than WEP encryption) also AES is stronger than TKIP.
Other than that you should just plugin your WAN (modem) to the router in the specified port and then plugin any wired connections, if you don't have any you need to use the wireless connection and connect to your router and set it up that way.
The setup address should be 192.168.0.1, or 192.168.1.1, or it maybe be different, in that case go to start>run>type cmd and then type in ipconfig in the command prompt, and the gateway address is the one that is the router setup IP. Enter that into your web browser (if the first 2 don't work, use the cmd/ipconfig method to findout the gateway address.)
After that you can refer to the manual since I dont have the same router.
With speeds around 10 mb to the router over wireless you may want to consider checking if AUTO chanel is enabled or available on that model If so then enable it.
Also consider moving the router if there are any other wireless devices nearby eg. cordless phone.
It may also be the the windows "zero wireless configuration" service is finding too many other wireless signals nearby that may be stronger than your own
If that is the case you may want to disable the service and set it to manual. Better still if you have a utility on the laptop (most have) then try set that to control the wireless setting instead of windows.
One of those last two items should help you maintain a better connection but only holds true if you have a reasonable connection to the router to start with.
You might also consider a cheaper wireless repeater to enable you to get better speeds
Windows Vista; belkin says it's compatible. install program downloads, but desktop shortcut does not appear. When I attempt to open the file, I get error message "IP802MR MFC application has stopped working." IP802MR is the name of that file.
Have you tried e-mailing Belkin Customer Support? I had a similar problem, with my PC, they sent the info I needed and I was on line in under 6 minutes (this after spending many frustrating hours scouring the internet).