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Interference with LinkSys WRT350N

I bought this 5.8GHz phone specifically to avoid interference with my 2.4GHz WLAN. However, when I make calls on the phone, my WLAN will often just die, all PCs lose their connection. If I hang up it comes back. Alternatively I just restart the WLAN and it presumably picks another frequency and works. I can't keep doing this. Why am I getting interference anyway?

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  • mgclayton Nov 05, 2007

    Thanks for the suggestion. I did try it, with some small success.
    Whilst on the phone today, I lost my wireless signal, so I moved the phone base away from the router. It can't go too far though as I have an Internet phone. I got a small wireless signal back, but this fell away again when I tried to connect to a site.
    The only thing that allowed me to get a good connection (whilst on the phone) was taking the radio band off Auto and specifying a channel.



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Try seperating the WLAN access point and the phone main station as much distance as is possible and try again. Your problem could be related to their proximity.

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