Question about Computers & Internet
Booster will only work along with access points in your case the belkin wireless router - you have to connect the device to the router not to the windows xp pc
if you know how to configure and the device are compatiable to each other and allows bridging or can configure as your access point client then you need not wanna to get it connected via wire or T568b standard ethernet cable otherwise you have to connect with this cable will enchance the wireless activity
Wireless signals can go down its strength by any magnetic activity, oscillations such as microwave, powerful steel/metal frames and check your anteena position keep in different direction and check your pc wifi signal strength.
Interlink between your router and booster with utp cables gives you steady flow of data and full band strength.
Aviod using two company devices change the router to Hawking
Posted on Jul 24, 2008
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