How is it possible for connection to fail while getting 4 out of 4 Wi-Fi signal bars? I have tried to find option of range restriction in my Edimax BR-6204Wg router but couldn't find anything relevant:
Built-in firewall is disabled in router.
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Interesting issue.. Is there anything physically "in the way" between the WIFI Router and the Wireless device connecting to it? It could be anything along the lines of walls, microwaves, cordless phones or anything else?
Edited by Boris_yo, 13 May 2012 - 04:27 AM.
Nice map And where exactly is the wireless device?
Also, IAPP isn't really needed in your network if you don't need roaming, so you can also try turning that off.
IAPP Wikipedia Article
Do you have the opportunity to try the wireless device in different rooms?
That's funny. I have an HTC Desire S myself too, but when I go to the attic I still have a WI-FI signal. It definitely isn't the fastest. And I almost have no bars (either none or 1) but it does work.
Have you tried poking around with the wireless settings on the router? Or have you left them on default? Also, how old is that router?
I'd say try turning it back to the default settings.
Yes i poked to no avail and router is 5 years old approximately with latest available firmware from 2009.
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