Question about D-Link Router
1. Position it better
2. Change the WiFi Channel : Wifi routers transmit their signals on a radio frequency of 2.4 GHz
3. Update firmware or drivers
4. Buy your equipment from the same company
5. Replace your antenna
6. Replace your wireless adapter
7. Add an additional Wireless Access Point (WAP) or Repeater
i know this is going to sound funny but try weird things like: Apparently aluminum foil amplifies reception and transmission. It may or may not work,
Posted on Sep 15, 2010
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