Question about D-Link 802.11g Wireless Router WBR-1310 (WBR1310)

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We moved our main PC to another room and the router is almost powerless...

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).


RSVP (please, to my email) - - - -> marshal@ctcinternet.cl


Thanks & regards, Jorge Marshall - CHILE

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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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