Posted 14 December 2006 - 09:11 AM
A couple of things to check:
1) Are there pipes or wires in the wall that you're trying to go through? That may be causing the interference.
2) Is the antenna oriented properly for reception? It should not be pointing directly at or directly away from the computer that's trying to connect.
3) Have you checked the devices to ensure that they are functioning properly and that they have the proper drivers installed?
4) Have you checked to see if moving the PC or the router increases the reception?
5) Have you tried other channels on the router/PC to see if it's an interference problem?
6) Have you removed all security while troubleshooting this problem? Security settings can "muck up" any attempts to troubleshoot wireless issues - so it's recommended that you turn them off while troubleshooting.
FYI - my wife has a NetGear wireless router in her office. It transmits a good signal through several concrete walls.
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