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Can I change channel/frequency to get a stronger signal between the PC and the Belkin54g router? If so, how?

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Hi i go your issue .......

You can change the channel and the frequency to get a better signal range ......

To promote this please follow the following steps

Step 1: Connected modem>>router>>computer
Step 2: Open Router Setup by typing http://192.168.2.1 on the address bar of internet explorer
Step 3: Towards the left corner click channel and ssid under wireless
Step 4: on the left under wireless click channel and SSID
Step 5 :Change the Wireless channel to 6 and also you can change the frequency there
Step 6 : Change the SSID to a different name ( no Spaces )
Step 7 : Click apply changes
Step 8 : Now Scan and connect to this network ( Wireless )

If problem still presists please contact 24/7 belkin technical support 1800-2235546

Thanks with regards priya

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