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What notebook (model
what router,. name and model , endless choices here.
the router can be bad, how old is it, ?
what room, how far.? 10ft, 100 feet? distance matters.
is home wood, or concrete walls or brick walls.
the RF energy is weak and does travel far.
unless only air is between point A TO B.
Ever drive into a tunnel and have radio go dead, same thing happens here.
as you walk , look at the signal strength. see it drop
the lower it goes, the slower it goes.
or you are using same channels are your neighbors.
use the program to learn how to stay off busy channels.
learn how wifi works then play with this magic tool,
I run my channels where others are not.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Check with this tip
Detail on this Wlan Router
"Connect power cord to router.
Wall Plate -> Router (using phone cord).
Router -> PC (using network cable).
Posted on Jan 20, 2009
Connect one of your computer to LAN port 1, connect the modem to port WAN section, access the configuration page 192.168.0.1, configure the router as dynamic IP address under settings, then check the IP address under status (WAN section) if you have the IP address it means that your connected.
Posted on Mar 16, 2009
It might be because of other electronic devices that works nearby in similar frequency...devices lik microwave oven, inverters, modems provided by the ISP which comes along with a battery backup, especially RCA modem which doesnt allows other wireless devices to work nearby it... try to relocate the router to a well ventilated area, and make sure you have kept the router atleast 5 feet away from other electronic devices...it could help....
Posted on Mar 29, 2010
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