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Netgear WGT624 Router and (3) wireless users: Router signal is frequently interrupted to wireless users. If I unplug and plug back in the router, the signal is restored. Do I have a bad router?
RF interference is the most common reason why WiFi will drop signal from time to time. First – make sure your wireless router is not next to a source that can cause interruption. I have mine on a shelf about 5 feet off the floor. Also make sure that your wireless home phone is not right next to it. Home phones can cause issues with signal as well.
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Posted on Jan 30, 2010
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