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Connection lost everytime phones on

I just installed my wireless a couple months ago, I have my main computer hooked up to it and then my laptop connects to it. But for some reason it seems like everytime someone goes on the house phone, the wireless connection on my laptop fails. I really need help with this, I paid $90 for a crappy outcome!!! Please help!!

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The phone and the router are using the same wireless channel and/or wireless band. You can access the router console by inputting it's IP address, usually 192.168.1.1 by default, in the address bar. Once there you can change the channel your wireless signal uses to be something different you phone uses.

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