Question about Trendware TEW-432BRP Wireless Router (TEW432BRP)
It's probably the wireless connection switching from G to B mode.
Set the router and card for B mode only. You'll lose speed but gain reliability.
Also make sure there aren't any other 2.4GHz devices between you and the router, like a cordless phone.
Check for thick objects between you and the router, like walls.
get a larger antenna for the router. There are many indoor/outdoor models available. Ones with about an 8 DBm gain are about $40, and can increase your range up to 500M in open air. more expensive and directional antennas can increase this.
Posted on Jun 18, 2008
Msn has nothing to do with the router...
Posted on Mar 15, 2008
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