Question about NetGear WG111 802.11g/b Wireless Adapter
I installed the adapter and confifured it to read my 2wiredsl signal and got online. but a lot of times it wont/cant find the signal and i have to go in to reconfigure the adapter.
What signal strength do you get when you connect?
Is the router buried underneath or inside a cabinet or anything?
Consider relocating the router away from other objects (particularly metal items), or on the outside of any type of cabinet.
Posted on Jan 27, 2009
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if it's going offline, then it's losing the signal, or is recieving a low signal, it should be at 54mbps but when it gets below around 24mbps, it will disconnect and look for a stronger connection in your area, or disconnect from the net altogether.
Put your router in a higher and better line of sight to your adapter, walls and floors can block the signal and check that it's not your router that is losing the connection.
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