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D-Link network adaptor disconnecting Belkin router


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#1 h4mza786

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Posted 10 November 2010 - 03:34 PM

I have D-Link AirPlus G DWL-G510 Wireless PCI Adapter(rev.C) and a Belkin N+ F5D8235 Wireless-N Router - Model F5D8235uk4.

My computer connects to router's network wirelessly. The router and my computer are only like 15 meters apart, my computer is upstairs in my bedroom whilst the router is downstairs is living room, the SSID on router is set to 6. Channel 6 seems the best, i spent like 4 hours configuring the router and trying to get the best possible speed. If i set it higher than 6 then my computer won't pick router's network, if lower than 6 then computer would keep disconnecting, this led me to believe that router may be interfering with neighbours network.

So for a few days i have been browsing the internet fine with no problems, internet was fast and it never disconnected or slowed down. Now since yesterday it had slowed down, the wifi bars have dropped 1-2 bars. It would also frequently disconnect for 5 minutes and reconnect itself.

My iPhone which i also use from my bedroom never has any problems, it never disconnects or slows down.

What could the problem be, why does it keep slowing it or disconnects?

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#2 MichaelB51026

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Posted 11 November 2010 - 02:27 AM

Do you have anything new placed between the router and your pc that blocks the singnal? besides, check your routers antenna.
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Posted 11 November 2010 - 03:20 PM

No, there's nothing place in between, however there are walls in between usual, and i have already checked everything.




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