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Do you have a wireless network?

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  1. gkd

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    Hi

    Do you have a wireless network at home?
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    Yes. I connect through a wireless router that's connected to my housemate's computer that directly connects to our ISP.
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    Not yet, and if truly saying I don't want....I mean i don't want to work in my bedroom.
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    Yes, i have NetGear wifi router for my wireless network.
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    Ya, i have NetGear wireless network at home.
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    If you find slow internet problems with your wifi, Try with the following steps:
    1.)Reset the wireless router by using the power switch on it or by unplugging it and plugging it back in.
    2.)Place the wireless router in an ideal location. The higher it is, the better, but don't put it near metal objects.
    3.)Get as close as possible to the router with whatever device you're trying to connect.
    4.)Keep the router and your connecting device away from other electronics. You should especially keep away from phones, fax machines and microwaves. etc.,
    5.)Adjust the Wifi antenna if it has one.
    6.)Change the router's channel, especially if other wireless routers are nearby.
    Following these steps would give you stable internet connection and also increased speed in connection. You can check your internet speed from www.scanmyspeed.com before and after following these steps.
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    Jonathan Sands New Member

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    Yeah, I have my wireless network at home.
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    Sure, I've got notebook and phone so wireless is necessary for me :) Unfortunately I have no range in some parts of my home :)
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    yah i have my ofec wifi netw0rk
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    Yes, but wired service is far better that wireless. The signal are consistent and reliable.
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    i have wireless connection at my home but i barely use it because i don't get desired speed with wireless. it is fact that without physical connection speed get far low than usual.
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    No i don't have any wireless network at my home.
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    Yes, I have Wireless network but i have a problem with it, many times when i restart modem or computer this connection lost and comes while restart modem again and again, do you know what type of problem is this?
  14. yes i have wireless network
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    Yes I have wireless network in my area and m using in my phone also a wireless network...:)
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    spyindia69 New Member

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    No. I have not wireless connection .
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    I do, but I don't use it. I prefer hard wired connection.
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    If you find slow internet problems with your wifi, Try with the following steps:
    1.)Reset the wireless router by using the power switch on it or by unplugging it and plugging it back in.
    2.)Place the wireless router in an ideal location. The higher it is, the better, but don't put it near metal objects.
    3.)Get as close as possible to the router with whatever device you're trying to connect.
    4.)Keep the router and your connecting device away from other electronics. You should especially keep away from phones, fax machines and microwaves. etc.,
    5.)Adjust the Wifi antenna if it has one.
    6.)Change the router's channel, especially if other wireless routers are nearby.
    Following these steps would give you stable internet connection and also increased speed in connection. You can check your internet speed from www.ScanMySpeed.com before and after following these steps.
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    No, wireless is suspected to have a bad impact on living organisms.

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