Question about Intel PRO/Wireless 2200BG 802.11g/b
We just disconnected the wireless network for our building that houses about 8 wireless computer stations. The AT&T DSL modem we were using was connected to a Linksys router for the past 4 years and everything worked just fine.
The equipment was moved to another facility so we ordered a replacement AT&T DSL modem, they offered a model that included a built in router so we did not replace the Linksys router. We are now having trouble with 6 of our 8 computers, they have low or no signal strength and the 6 units having problems have the Linksys WUSB300N USB adapter. The other 2 computers that are at the office however are laptops that we move around and they have full signal strength and work just fine.
We contcted AT&T and they suggested we contact Linksys since the laptops are both picking up a strong signal throughout the office. Do you have any ideas........
I am confused, you are using 2 routers, or you using their dsl modem/router? or your original??
Posted on Dec 29, 2007
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