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linksys wirless router problem

Discussion in 'Networking' started by XcheifX, Jun 28, 2005.

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  1. XcheifX

    XcheifX Thread Starter

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    Dear kind reader, for the past hour I have been trying to make my wirless g 108.11 2.4ghz, with speed booster. so I tryed on my lap top and my computer with a compatible wireless card. SO geuss whatt!!!! I am connecting to another linksys router next door. I think that this is interfering with my router. IF you guys have any idea's, I would appreciate the help.

    so thanks in advance :D :D :D
     
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    Look to see what channel the next door router is using. Change your router to use a different channel. Channels are from 1 to 11; choose one that is at least 5 different from the other one.
     
  3. XcheifX

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    oh ok Ill try that
     
  4. XcheifX

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    thanks
     
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    SO you can surf for free and peruse their files? ;)
     
  6. XcheifX

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    LOL :D :D :D (y) , ya but that would be kind of imorral, plus the siganal is kind of low from where the with the the wirless card is. ONly my laptop gets the full advantage from the room far right of my house. OH and ive already thought of that.
     
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