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Cordless phones and wireless connection

We lose wireless internet everytime some uses the phone we have digital phone and high speed internet. We have tried changing the channels on the phones but don't know how to change the channel on the router How do we change the channel on the router?

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You have to login to the router. Once logged in you will go to your wireless tab and and will be able to adjust the channel that the router is transmitting on.

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