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I have this router linskins just i want to know if the router work good because sometimes the signal dies and go too slow

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Not sure which model Linksys router you have here but it's probably OK. Considerations regarding router speed and dropped wireless connections can occur because of construction and distance. If this router is downstairs and your wireless computer is upstairs then the connection may drop due to the materials and thickness of the ceiling/floor between them.

Another consideration is the number of wires connecting your devices. Make sure that the wires are clearly separated from each other and not bent or crimped. A power cord wrapped around a CAT5 cable can cause electromagnetic interference and create problems for the router.

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