Question about Zoom (5590-00-03) Wireless Router (G66115)
I have a new mac and had troubles connecting with wireless internet but my PC connects fine. Finally got it working and know it quit again is it not compatible?
Remember it takes two to tango, so the issue may just as well be in the iMac as in the Zoom X6... Regardless of that, I had the same problem (PC works fine, iMac and PC both get flaky when the iMac is powered up). Zoom tech support suggested trying RF channels 1, 6, or 11. The router was using channel 10, changing to channel 11 calmed things down. Zoom said there wasn't anything magic in those numbers, but their testing showed those channels worked best with the Apple products.
Posted on Feb 20, 2009
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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