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Frequent Disconnection is either the channel or wireless interference. However, I would suggest three steps and one ( or all ) should help
1. Change the frequency of the router. Leave it in auto mode ( or choose 6 or 11 ) 2. Remove all interfering equipment ( microwave, cordless phones , etc ) 3. Upgrade the firmware of your router.
Hope this helps
Posted on May 17, 2011
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