Question about Belkin Wireless G Plus MIMO (F5D9230-4) Router (1010835)
Inernet gets disconected constantly. No matter what im doing. Signal is strong. Have winxp and have used it at a different location and wirless works fine. Im currentlly using a WiMAX 519 modem from bell also new. It worked fine b4 I connected the router, which worked fine that night the next day the problem started. Lights on the router seem to be blinking all different times all different lights almost constantly. I thought it might be cordless phones interrupting the signal but still the same after all were unplugged. Tried changing the routers ch. nothing. I actually thought the problem was fixed last night when i had several hrs of full connection but... well here i am.
Can someone help me pls? :(
ps I have no idea what i'm doing so go easy on me.
Word of advise, Belkin is terrible.... any kind of device I have gotten from them never worked properly, ether that or they have some extremely weird way on how to operate them. Yes they are cheaper but there is a reason for that. Go for a linksys router.
Posted on May 04, 2008
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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