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Netgear rangemax wireless router

Signal low and auto disconnecting

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Re: netgear rangemax wireless router

Connect with a cable and change the wirless channel on the router from normally 1 to anything between 1 and 11 try them all and it will get better

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Re: netgear rangemax wireless router

The thing you can do is move near the router or get a antenna.

Posted on Sep 03, 2007

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How do i connect my netgear rangemax wireless router

You should have a manual/setup guide.
BUT, the basics of setting a wireless router are.

Connect an ethernet cable from your MODEM to the WAN port on the rear of the ROUTER.
Connect an ethernet cable from one of the LAN ports (usually 4) to your computer.
You now log on to your router via your web browser, set your wireless security (using WPA2) choose your password.
Save and exit from the router setup, disconnect the ethernet cable from your computer to the router and try and connect wirelessly
Your support page is here, choose which version of the router you have and download your manual

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Do you have a cordless phone in the area transmitting at 2.4megahertz?
If you do, that is what is breaking your connection. I found this out by accident.

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There could be other devices that run the same wireless frequency as your wireless network. You may want to change the channel on your wireless router or if you have an option to change other wireless devices at home such as cordless phone then you may do so. You may want to place the router away from those devices and put it in the middle of your wilreless computers to get better signal.

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make sure you have enable wireless in router setup page

if you are using USB key remove cable and see if you can see your network .... if not remove your usbkey and see if your laptop Recognize the disconnect ... need additionla info on yout setup if this does not work

good luck

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Ok... Hate to be the bearer of bad news but this product has a bad reputation for disconnects and dieing after 6 months. If you're up for the challenge you could switch firmware versions to an open source version like tomato.

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