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Wireless Router advice



 
 
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Old April 17th 07, 06:25 PM posted to uk.telecom.broadband
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Default Wireless Router advice

Delta wrote:
On Mon, 16 Apr 2007 22:51:36 +0100, Lurch wrote:

On Mon, 16 Apr 2007 22:21:57 +0100, Delta
mused:

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Would you happen to have a master faceplate type filter?


Yes, fitted by BT engineer yesterday!

If not, then
your extension wiring is shagged. Either way, the only real
solution is for you to invest money in either a) buying more
equipment and having it hardwired back to the router to extend the
range or b) paying someone to sort the possibly faulty wiring of
the extensions in your home. A decent all round type chap should
be able to do any\all of these jobs and advice on which would be
the best situation.


Hmmmmm ......... thinking ....... now that could be a possible
solution ?

However, you may say you have a master faceplate filter, in which
case you would need to remove this and\or use a second pair of the
extension wiring (if one exists) to run an unfiltered point to your
new router location and\or fit microfilters to each telephony
device in use.


I see. Many thanks for your suggestions/advice. Much appreciated


You could always use your ring main to network you laptop to your
router. Faster & more secure & dependable than wifi


 




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