Question about 2wire Wireless-G 802.11g ADSL Gateway
The easiest way to know if you have a weak signal is either by the indicator bars for the signal, or if the connection improves as you get closer to your router.
Your router might be getting weak and isn't transmitting like it should, or you could have too much interference such as a large appliance between the router and the laptop, or a thick wall, etc...
You can buy a signal booster for the house or run 2 wifi routers too.
The other possibility is the wifi card in the laptop could be weak as well.
Posted on Dec 09, 2017
I would boost the signal it can only help I had the same sort of problems but my wireless router quit working properly my iPad wouldn't pick up signal so I had to replace my wireless router hope this helps Merry Christmas
Posted on Dec 09, 2017
Check with this tip
Detail on this Wlan Router
"Connect power cord to router.
Wall Plate -> Router (using phone cord).
Router -> PC (using network cable).
Posted on Jan 20, 2009
to get this right you must make sure that the 2wire will be configured to be your gateway which means that the 2wire itself will be connected to the internet then set the linksys to DHCP mode because if you dont it will give you a router behind router error , make sure that the 2wire is properly authenticated and connected to the internet to make sure access the gui by typing gateway.2wire.net on your browser and run system set up wizard
Posted on Jan 26, 2009
1. Put the router in the highest location possible in the house.
2. Make sure the gateway is installed in the center of the house rather than in a corner of house, so it will cover area on all sides.
3. Make Sure you dont have any devices that may interfere with the signal eg. cordless phone , close to the gateway.
4. Use channel 3 or 7.
Posted on Mar 23, 2009
Ensure that you are using a crossover cable to connect the two routers together, if thats not what you are presently using, then make sure that you are allocating different static I.P Addresses to both of them.
But if what you are saying is that you are trying to connect the separately, and not together to the network, and its not working like the first one, then I suggest that you return it to the point of purchase, if you still have the warranty card, before its too late.
Hope this helps.
Posted on Jul 15, 2009
SOURCE: Connected but no internet
del everything in %temp%, if you are using internet explorer, reset it back to factory by..in IE7 select,tools,internet options,go to advanced tab and click reset. Be advised, Vista is notoriously difficult when it comes to internet connection problems especially wireless.
Posted on Jul 24, 2009
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