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So I got this D-link DIR-615, Version C1 I believe? And everything's already been a hassle already. DS is just not good for wifi so I have to turn off all security when my sister wishes to use it. Whenever I try to port forward to get a good NAT type on my PS3 (Preferably 2) my internet screws up. And the main problem, say I go to the next room, with my Playstation Portable. I scan and I'm getting like 30%? What the heck? Then I move a bit to the right and I'm getting 65%. And this is in the same house! I'm getting my friends access point at 35% that lives 2 houses away and he has like a 2-3 year old linksys. The best-buy guy persuaded me into getting a D-link -_- , now look. Is there anything I can do to fix this? Should I unmix the connection out of N and just g and b? Should I enable something? I would prefer somebody just give me a configuration file for the d-link options, but any help is appreciated. (BTW, I have 12 days to return it)


Changed Channel, d-link owns, get it....

Edited by Beta55, 16 July 2009 - 07:48 AM.

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you could try turning the N portion off and just doing G/B (especially if you don't have any N devices)....when it's in mixed mode it's SUPPOSED to supply all versions of 802.11 at the same time...in my experience some N routers (especially earlier models before the standard was ratified) don't actually do that very well...and converting them to straight g/b routers helps

also....wireless connections are line of site...anything in the path of the signal will cause problems...there's a chance that there's something metal in your walls (metal studs are horrible for wireless connections) or possibly some wiring in the walls that are causing dead spots
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