Question about D-Link DI-624 Air Plus XtremeG Wireless 108G Router (790069250842)
Respone time has recently gotten poor when utilizing wireless cards but fine when wired directly.
Make sure you have the latest firmware version, then back up your current password settings and username etc, do a hard reset of your router and input the settings again from the back up and see if there is any change in the performance, but make sure you have a signal of no less than 24mbps ortherwise pages will not load, the reason for good connection via cable is you get a guaranteed 100mbps connection to the router.
Posted on Oct 21, 2007
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Network adapter power settings:
The first thing you'll want to do to prevent your wireless connection from dropping is to see if your computer is managing your wireless card's power. It may be instructed to shut off your wireless connectivity after a certain amount of idle time goes by. If you have system specific utilities, such as Dell's Quickset, make sure that the wireless power management isn't set to shut off the card if your computer is idle for a certain period of time. Second you'll want to check the settings on your wireless card via your device manager. In Windows XP
Adjust your wireless router settings
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