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Not able to go on line

Cannot see w/l signal

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Reinstall the driver first and then plug in the unit

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I wont to play game in lan with my home frends bat my computer canot find a lan .the game is full . my net is with dinamic ip..what i can do?thanks


D-link router provides signals through cable wired connection where each persons computer shares signals from the only computer that has network services. For example, one of the computers that has the internet on which router is connected either has capacity to network several additional computers or not. Usually the server computer that has connections with ethernet cables makes sharing signals possible beyond dial up phone line networked cable conections.The routers splits signals between computers requesting connectivity only becomes possible when enough capacity exist to several computers. The type of network strutures makes the link possible. For example, D-link router should allow to network more than one computer else another router that makes signal expansion possible is prefered. Circumpectively, ascertain that the computer from which video game is installed has the expansive capacity either in cables connection ports, wire links where router becomes the location where each device derives resources.

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Hiiii...


low signal strength only comes from 2 things, range, and interference. if you are close to your access point then you have something causing interference in the signal "line of sight". things such as metal, electronics wires, power cables all give off electromagnetic interference and you should try and keep as many of these things away from your "line of sight" as possible as radio waves have a harder time going through them

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I keep getting dropped from xbox live with my wireless N router. Is this common? Is there a common setting I forgot to turn on?


Did you try moving the wireless adapter to a different location, possibly the front of the xbox to get a better signal. Make sure nothing is interfering with signal such as objects in the way or other obstructions to line of sight between the wireless router and the xbox. Try running xbox live on a wired connection to see if you have the same problems. If still have a problem then it is a ISP or xbox live issue and not your wireless adapater.

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I keep loosing the internet connection; doesn't stay


Hello
I had the same problem with my connection, and in my case it was signal related. I Am using a belkin USB adapter. I downloaded netstumbler(it is free, just google it) and found that you had to have a signal noise ratio of about 22 to have a reliable internet connection that doesn't drop out. So download netstumbler(link below) and see what your current signal noise ratio is, then just place your adapter where you get the best signal noise ratio.
I built myself a modified windsurfer. You just take a A4 paper and glue aluminum foil with the bright side facing outwards. then arch your paper in a semi-circle and place it behind your adapter and angle it in the direction of your connection point. Remember that a line of sight is very important, so if you can place the adapter(assuming a dongle) on the window which is in the direction of of your connection point it will work . Also remeber that rain and wind does influence your signal. i hope this works for you, if not, feel free to mail me with more info on yor problem.

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Get a stronger signal


You are pushing your luck at 70ft. You can probably get booster ariels for your router that can boost the output signal for approx £10.

Dec 13, 2008 | Encore ENUWI-G2 802.11G WIRELESS USB 2.0...

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Encore modem


As far as I've seen, the data line light on the modem should indicate whether the data signal is coming through from AT&T or not, so I'd suspect that there is a problem with the signal from AT&T rather than between your modem and computer.

It is possible that the data signal lapsed for a while and your modem thinks it's still not there without actually looking. You can try unplugging your modem from it's power for about a minute (at least 30 seconds) and then replugging it in afterwards. That sometimes allows it to see the new data signal if it lapsed previously for any reason. After all lights light up (especially the data one), then try to go online again. If that doesn't work, try restarting the computer and if that doesn't work I'd try to talk to someone higher up in the AT&T support and explain about the data signal not showing on the modem so you can get them to fix it.

Hope that helps! :)

-Aloha!

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Connection problem


if it's going offline, then it's losing the signal, or is recieving a low signal, it should be at 54mbps but when it gets below around 24mbps, it will disconnect and look for a stronger connection in your area, or disconnect from the net altogether.

 

Put your router in a higher and better line of sight to your adapter, walls and floors can block the signal and check that it's not your router that is losing the connection.

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Not enought signal


Ok there are a few ways to increase ya signal strength... One can purchase an antenna that has a high "Gain" and connect in place of existing antenna.. One can place the Existing Antenna in "Optimal Positions".. ie: Up High with an Unbroken Line Of Sight between Antennas. One can sometimes increase the Output from your WiFi adapters.. you must check any documentation to see if this is possible. One can make a thing called a"Cantenna" here ---> www.turnpoint.net/wireless/cantennahowto.html There are "Other" Home made antennas that are cheap and easy to make, some simply made from cardboard and tin foil. The most important thing to remember is, Antenna Placement for best signal strength, with least amount of obstacles in between units, & up as high as practicable..

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Disconnects while working.


it may be as simple as the wireless connection signal strength, as doors, solid walls or any solid object that is in it's line will cause the signal to be very low, and at that point it will disconect from the internet as it is unable to send packets of information to your wireless card from the router. You can try your router in another telephone point that is nearer the pc to see if the connection drops, or use a different channel number which can be changed in the routers settings and the wireless cards properties as interference from other electrical appliances on the MHZ level can cause signal loss. Laptops tend to suffer less with the signal loss because they normally have a signal booster in the screen of the laptop within the wireless receiver ariel.

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Intel 2915AB Connection problem


Intermittent disconnection issues on a radio/wireless network will generally be caused by interferance (speakers, power board fully loaded, High wattage Lamp (flourescent bulbs usually) all parked too close to the wireless router, access point or network card. or possibly due to interuption of the active signal possibly because the distance of the router and network card/access point is just on the edge of the best signal limit and disruption occurs when someone or something gets up and moves itself inbetween the two service points)I resolved my disconnection issues by purchasing a wireless Kite for the access point and router, which will intensify the radio signal and bring the access points within closer range of each other, friends of mine have resolved intermittent signal issues by making a thin tube of rolled tinfoil about 30cm long slipped over each aerial affected by the intermittent signal disconnection. Also verify the "line of sight and non line of sight" signal distance limits for your radio equipment as the signal distance will decrease depending on the age of your wireless equipment, most equipment is in the 30Ft non line of sight- 100Ft line of sight arena out of the box but you can expect to half this figure after 3 - 5 years of continued use. Basically three options Interferance, Interupption or age only distance testing will verify this accurately IE: bring the router and access point withing 1Ft of each other and start walking away still holding the access point, whilst a user monitors the radio network condition.

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