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Wireless router msn keeps disconnecting

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  • vinrose May 25, 2008

    My problem is that i keep losing connection when I am only about 18 metres awaw from router is there a solution

  • jgan May 11, 2010

    are you disconnected from the internet? if you are wired and not wireless does it still work. if you do remain connected by being wired you can access your router by typing in the ip addy that is usually located at the bottom of the router or by searching online. once in your router site, reset to factory settings.

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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.

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Msn has nothing to do with the router...

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