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I installed this router and found the signal. The problem is, the signal will drop off and back on in a pattern. I have found the signal with 3 wireless devices, but cannot log in.

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This happens when the network type of your laptop is "public" as ublic networks are less secure, routers usually drop connections after sme time. Change the network type to "private". This should solve your problem. There is one more setting in your router where is says something like "automatically login when disconnected". Selecting this option allows automatically login to ISP when connection is dropped from ISP temporarily.

If network connectivity itself is the problem then you can debug followingly.

Step-1:
If ISP company says everything is fine from their side, then you need to check your router. To confirm this first connect the wall outlet of ISP to your laptop and check network connectivity. If there is problem, then ISP has to fix it.

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If connection works fine then ISP is fine and you need to check your router settings. Now check network connectivity by connecting the laptop to the router through a ethernet wire. If the network does not work then your router hardware could be wrong and may need servicing or replacement. If this works fine then go to step-3.

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Try resetting your router by using a paperclip. Usually the reset button can be found at the backside of your router. This will reset all the settings and there by making as good as a fresh one. Try to access internet from a place close to router where router signal is strong.
Change authentication and other network settings of your router to connect to ISP. Now network should work fine. Ensure that you set router password to avoid unauthorized access to your router by others.


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Check for the Updated Wireless Driver for your Computer (in which signal is dropping) and install in the Computer to resolve the issue.

If the Updated Wireless Driver is not available then un-install the Wireless Driver and install it again to resolve the issue.


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please follow this step

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because these device try to intreupt in the signals

or else try to increase increase the channel in your router page

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Very short range of wireless network


Hi,

Your Belkin Wireless router being an RX/TX device follows the basic rules of radio communication:
1. LOS - line of sight range; anything in between the router and the laptops such as doors, walls, drapes, foliage is an obstacle that reduces the signal strength to a certain degree;
2. Height is might, the higher the router the better;
3. Antenna, the more exposed the further the range. Internal antennas such as in most laptops reduce both receive and transmit. Likewise, placing the router in a shelf or cabinet reduces antenna exposure. How you position (orient the antenna also plays a role in coverage. Some materials will reflect radio signals and change antenna radiation pattern.

A few things you can try to improve coverage:
a. Mount the router to the highest practical position;
b. ensure that there are no obstruction between router and laptop;
c. position router to approximate practical center between two furthest laptops;
d. install an external antenna if the Belkin would allow;
e. Replace the F5D7230-4 with another with more punch such as a LinkSys WRT300N; and/or
f. In really extreme range, install repeaters.

Hope this be of some help/idea. pls post back how things turned up or should you need additional information.

Good luck and kind regards.

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