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Both your wireless router and your mobile phone are using the same frequencies ("channel") to communicate. Reconfigure your router to use a different "channel", to avoid the conflicts you are experiencing.
Double check your physical connection. It should be this way
Modem > connected to Internet Port of the router PC > connected to port 1 Laptop > can be wireless
Now you must power cycle your router and modem. Turn off router first then modem. Wait for 30 seconds. Power on modem first, then the router. You must configure the wireless settings on your laptop it doesn't connect automatically.
from what i have read, your router is broadcasting a signal, and your modem has an open and active internet gateway.
pls make sure that the connection from the modem to the router are correct. the modem should be connected in the port with the label internet. you may have to reset your modem AFTER you have connected the wireless router to allow the router to be assigned an ip. now with the wireless router and broadband modem connected, you can connect to the network and access the internet. pls repost if you hit any snags
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Hi, you should try changing your wireless channel in the router setup. 1) log into your router. 2) go to the wireless setup page. 3) change the 'Wireless Channel' from auto to 1-11. 4) re-boot your router and re-connect to it. 5) use your cordless phone and see if the connection drops out. 6) repeat steps until you have a stable channel
I think Not.
There are ADSL wireless routers however.
I guess your purpose is to make your ADSL modem available wirelessly, you can connect the
modem via lan line to the wireless and use that as a router.