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My adapter isn't getting a signal from like 5 feet

My wireless adapter isn't getting a signal from my wireless router from like 5 feet away I tried everything like unplugging the router it shutting it down ... plus on the back of the adapter the light is red and i think it should be green

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  • Jason Edinger May 11, 2010

    Have you tried connecting a laptop to the wireless? It may be an issue with the router, not the adapter.


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You should search for wireless in the console or its the problem with your wireless router

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Avoid factors that cause interfrence on the wireless connection.


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1) Make sure that the router is sitting on a wooden desk. If it is sitting on any metallic surface or on top of your Monitor or CPU, please remove it and then keep it on a wooden or glass surface.

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I'm not 100% clear on what you are asking ... I can't get a clear picture of your network in my head.

Your wireless router and your wireless computer should communicate if they are within 300 feet of each other, in a perfect world. If there is aluminum backed insulation between the two locations, expect significant degration of signal.

Now then, your USB adapter is connected to what? your computer and cat 5 wire to the router? Are there two routers, a standard router + a wireless?

You should have something similar to this - remove any parts from my explaination that you dont have, Deal?

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NM is a Cisco product as is your Linksys router, BTW.

Be aware wire networks can work up to 1 gig and are 100% secure to prying eyes. Wireless run atout 10 M and are not necessarily secure. So what? If speed counts, run the wire

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