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Wireless Router Problem


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sithpigeon

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Hello everyone,
Alright, I have one wacky problem here. I have a WRT54G Wireless Linksys Router (no surprises there) set up in my house and it runs fine. I have to wireless connections to it and a wired connection that goes to a desktop. I also have a wireless 2.4 ghz phone set up a few feet away from it separated by a wall. I know this can potentially cause problems with the wireless but it never has. Recently though, if I answer the wireless phone from a position that causes the signal to pass by the router my WIRED connection disconnects for about 30 sec. I have tried this on the wireless and there are no problems. I've also tried switching the router channel but nothing. Is there something else that could be causing this or should I just move the phone?
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Have you tried connecting all of your computers to your router using a wired connection? If all of your computers are disconnected, I think you really need to move the phone.
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