On Sun, Mar 1, 2009 at 7:01 PM, Kevin <lists at cybercolloids.net> wrote:
> There does seem to be something wrong with it - the signal quality is claims
> to get from the access point is about 50% - which is weak considering the
> access point is about 15 feet away. Also it constantly backs off the rate
> from 54M down to 1M - my guess is either the wireless card or the router are
> decrepit - does that sound reasonable?
It really depends how many people use the same channel as you, you
might want to survey your place (using monitor on the card) then
change the channel on the wireless. Also if this is really slow, maybe
someone is tapping into your connection? Try changing the key and
encryption if you are using WEP.
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