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Old 07-16-2011, 08:12 PM   #13
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Originally Posted by RippedmyFlesh View Post
No close neighbors? My next step would be changing security.Turn it off completely for a while.With no one close by at least you don't have to worry about free loaders on an unsecured network.
I ran it without security on the other two routers with the same trouble.

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Try directly connecting to the router to see if you still have the same problem. Being in down town no telling what is in the walls to disrupt the signal.
Did that and it works fine. I thought about it being something in the walls, but there's nothing else running in the house when it happens. There's no walls in between the laptop and router. It also seems to work with any appliance running. It just quits when it feels like it.

I'm to the point of just installing a jack closer and see if that helps. It shouldn't make a difference, but I did it once for a subscriber and it worked.
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