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Using wireless G as hub only. no wireless pc hooked to it. are there any solutions to lower wireless output signal on router. trying to stop signal from being intercepted.currently have tin foil on antennas but unsure if this really works.

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Yes you can just disable the wireless it in the configuration utility.

Posted on Feb 22, 2009

  • Chuck Feb 22, 2009

    on any computer just put in and only put in the address bar 192.168.1.1 user is linsys and password is admin .

    hit the wireless tab and disable the setting for wireless g dont forget to save.

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