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My Dlink DIR 600 can provide wireless access to my laptop and to my PSP but not to any of my phones. I tried checking the Broadcasting of the SSID - (enabled) but still if I try to check the SSIDs broadcasted. There's no wifi connection found. I tried my two Nokia 5800 XM phones - no good I also tried our other two Blackberry phones - no good Help.... Even the DG is not working.

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Try reconfiguring your wireless setting from your router. Create a new wireless network. The old setting may had been corrupted.

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Ok this might be a bit tricky but it sounds like there is another wireless signal that may be interfering with yours.

Do you have an older cordless phone in the house? If so try and move the cordless base farther away from the wireless router. Even if they are on different floors in your house, if they are located near each other the cordless can interfere with the wireless signal.

The other possibility is that there is signal that is coming from the outside of your location and is causing the interference.

I know that when I had an XP Pro machine (Laptop) it would drop the wireless signal every couple of days or so. I traced my problem to my neighbors cordless phone. he had an old one and it was near the side of my house that my router was on and it was causing me problems so I move my router and the problem went away.

hope this helps

Posted on May 21, 2011

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Try resetting the router back to default settings. Press and hold the reset button for 10 secs. then release. After the reset, try accessing once again and check if you have the complete details on your wireles LAN section.

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