Question about D-Link 802.11g Wireless Router WBR-1310 (WBR1310)
The router (conected to our main PC) is still working but it does not work as it did before we change it to another room - about 7 meters far away from before - so - I can still use my laptop 20 meters away from my main PC/router - but - the laptop is receiving a very low signal from my D-Link 802.1g - and therefore internet gets interrupted quite often... This happens continously and a full reconfiguration of the router main power seems to be needed - but - I need your instructions on how to proceed to do it.... Local telephone company does not cover nor help with private routers (i.e.: not of their supply) and gave me instructions to enter the web -- to an address 192.168.0.1 of internet but - I did not know how to get the help I needed in there.... I had but I do not find the routers' manual we bought locally in Chile about a year ago.
How can I regain the router's necessary punch to get a better signal as I had before ? (At a distance of 20 mts away, the signal was quite strong)...
It seems that with the above mentioned disconnections and with all the PC movements to another place,the router got disconfugurated; its power range is now quite low far away from main station - and nothing seems to explain it (displacement was indeed very carefully done).
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Thanks & regards, Jorge Marshall - CHILE
Have you checked the website of the router manufacturer ? They may have some information. They may offer free Live Chat support. It is possible that there is a considerable amount more interference from the new location, such as other electronic devices, tv, radio,telephone, anything closer to the router and/or in the path of the transmission. They do sell boosters to boost the signal strength. Other than that perhaps try uninstalling and reinstalling the software/program for the router. But realize you may lose all of your configuration settings if you choose to do that.
I don't think that any settings would have gotten changed in moving the pc. More than likely something is causing more interference than before.
Posted on Nov 27, 2008
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