Question about NetGear MR814 Wireless Router
I would suggest that you install a wireless access point in your upstairs area. That will involve running a wire from the router upstairs to the access point. A cheaper solution would be to run a wire from the router upstairs directly to the machine upstairs then you won't have the cost of the additional Access Point.
Posted on Jul 29, 2008
Your slow connection could be affected by poor location wireless router (therefore poor signal strength), electrical interference, or even someone else with a wireless router transmitting on the same channel as your wireless router.
Try relocating your router away from solid walls, and/or move your computer or router to another location.
If your connection speed varies, could be electrical interference with appliance/s in your house, turn off all appliances, test your internet speed connecting then turn on one appliance at a time to determine which appliance is at fault (could have a faulty capacitor in the appliance)
Posted on Jul 25, 2008
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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