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Belkin G wireless router- intermitant reception

Belkin G wireless router is installed but signal not good in different parts of house and downloading photos, looking on facebook slow and difficult.

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Try getting an antina upgrade kit and possable a rang expander kit too.

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Can i setup the belkin f7d4302 as a wireless bridge


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Wireless configurations are tempermental over larger distances. Some routers do have the ability to increase the signal strength to over come this, but a good location is key.

The more obsticals in the way the slower the connection will become. Closed doors, being buried under books, underneath desks, can all cause the signal to come through a slower speeds to compensate.

Make sure your router is in an elevated location to help with a less blocked signal.

Are you using a Wireless-N adapter on your computer? If not, you might need an extender because Wireless-G does not have the same range as -N.

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You can connect 2 routers to each other. But the IP address will be different for both the routers .
It will be better to keep different names for the wireless network.
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I have a Lynksys Wireless-G brand WRT54G2 router connected to my High Speed Ethernet Modem and to my desktop computer. It puts out a fairly decent signal to my laptop across the house through walls and...


Yes. 1. Disable the DHCP in the belkin router. 2. Take the cable from the LAN port of the Linksys router to the LAN port of the Belkin Router. 3. Dont touch anything else in any of the routers.
This should help
Thanks Ranjit

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I have a Linksys by CISCO Wirless-G WRT54G2 Router connected to a High Speed Ethernet Modem and to my Desktop Computer. It gets fairly good signal sent to my laptop across my house. I also have a Belkin...


If your computer has 3 bars of signal, it's ok, don't mess with it.
If you want better reception, you can connect the Belkin wireless router near your notebook with a cable to the Linksys router.

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I only have two bars on my wireless network and would like get a better connection. I would like to surf channels to see if i can get better reception


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Actiontec Model GT701-WRU signal failure when on line when using notebook in other parts of the house no signal to desk top pc on third floor of house signal to low disconects from the net can you...


That is not a configuration problem, that is a signal problem.

It means that the signal does not have enough power to reach all part of the house.

A way to fix this is by installing a repeater, like this one Linksys WRE54G-UK 54Mbps Wireless Range Expander

Your router is a G, not very powerful. An alternative is buying a more powerful N router, like the ones below.

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