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SquallHart

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First off thanks in advance, now to the problem...I have a 8Mb connection, Router D-Link 624S 1 Pc(windows 7) and 2 Notebooks(7 and vista), 1 Iphone and a normal Cellphone conected to the Network


Lately i(Vista Notebook) got a huge amount of lag when all 3 are connected with some rare exeptions, but the problem is that my little brother (the Pc) doesnt got lag, and when im connected trought cable to the router i dont have lag either, but... if im on cable and my Older brother is on his notebook(wireless) i have lag, so i think it might be the antena of the router, and the only thing i think for fix it is to buy a new router... :/ maby you have other conclusion/solution... Please help



Thanks again, i hope you answere
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VinnyTAMU

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SquallHart,

Does anyone use bittorrent or other P2P software on any of the computers? If so do they limit the amount of connections or bandwidth? Also regarding wireless, what channel are you transmitting on? You might try setting it to AUTO to avoid conflicts with other APs.
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No p2p only me, and ill try the auto channel, i'll keep you posted ty for your reply
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