Question about Belkin F5D7230-4 Kit (F5D7230V4SNPDQ)
I connected my windows laptop to the wireless network, it worked ok, but kept dropping the signal, even when i moved to right beside the router. I connected my mac and the wireless signals works fine but the laptop will not connect wirelessly at all. It works fine when wired. Firewall settings are low. DROPS SIGNAL
There mite be an ip conlfik if one Ip is bloked in your rauter from being usd and still is blokde the new computer of phone will move in to that one or the refresh is to short
Posted on Apr 14, 2014
There are two possible generic reasons I have found in reviewing internet posts.
One claims there may be a windows issue with hiding the SSID (or router name) and enabling WEP or WPA secure/encrypted wireless connections and random disconnections of service to the wireless adapter. The recommended solution is not to hide the SSID (or router name) and maintain the WEP or WPA secure/encrypted service.
Another claims that there may be an "overload" of requirements on a specific wireless channel in your area (sometimes by non routers such as wireless phones). Many routers default to channel 6. I you have a wireless monitor on a PC that shows routers and their channel assignments nearby -- if everyone is on channel 6 you may want to move to channel 1 or 11 and see if your device works better. There are some wireless routers with capability for 108mbs transmission rates that actually transmit on two channels at once that could be affecting your response so if channel 1 does not work try channel 11 or vice versa.
Posted on Dec 15, 2007
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