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Netgear WGR614 Wireless Router what do i need to

Netgear WGR614 Wireless Router what do i need to use this signal up to 12 blocks away.

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Theoretical covrage is 600 feet ... 300 on each side of the antenna ... provided there are no walls, no trees, no cars etc. between you and the antenna. If you want to go further, you will have to get a 'bridge' and commercial grade repeaters/antennas which may transmit as far as 1000 feet or you may want to get high power equipment that will transmit further ...

How big are your 'blocks'? Trees? Buildings? EMI in the area?

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Have you check the new firmaware update for your Netgear? ..pls do so first before proceeding to the next step provided below.

Next approach is to unistall and reinstall you 'reciever' to avoid any conflicts and isolate the issue. If that step is still a no go we might as well reset your netgear router to its factory settings and then lets start from there. It should work as your router has fanstastic features that supports 26bit encryption.

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More details are needed here, do you have mac address filtering on and is your router using dhcp or fixed address for your computers?

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