Question about NetGear RangeMAX 240 WPNT834 Wireless Router
On the Laptop we are using Windows XP as well as on my desktop PC.
on the new router when i look at the signal symbol the received packets do not change, so it would appear that it is not receiving any information ?
I don't have any firewall turned on on the desktop or the laptop at the moment, though i generally use the windows one
Yes the only trouble we had with the old router was distance, my husband tells me he gave all the same information from the old router to the new one.
Thanks for your reply Pascal, I look forward to your assistance.
Posted on Jan 24, 2008
I need more information to help you.
1. What is your operating system
2. When clicking on the signal symbol (next to the clock) what number is listed under received.
3. Are you using firewall software.
When using the old router there are no troubles except the lack of distance? if YES --> have you give the new router the exact right encryption information. (there is a big differance between WPA and WPA2 or WEB)
Posted on Jan 23, 2008
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