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Wireless Networking
Subject: Wireless Networking  ·  Posted: 2003-09-28, 04:51pm
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I connect to the internet through a wirless network card on my laptop. I am constantly having prblems with getting a good signal from the router which is on the other side of my house. I can't move th router so does anyone have any sudgestions on how I can boost the signal?

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Subject: Re: Wireless Networking  ·  Posted: 2003-09-29, 02:02am
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buy some pringles

or a can of soup

i think you'll need a way to connect an external antenna to your wireless card though

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Subject: Re: Wireless Networking  ·  Posted: 2003-09-30, 10:34am
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rofl... hilarious
 howto pringles
On the Pringles Salt & Vinegar can, the N connector was directly between Sodium and Protein.

lol!

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Subject: Re: Wireless Networking  ·  Posted: 2003-10-04, 01:01pm
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I have a Linksys 802.11b Wireless LAN Card. Anyone know how to connect an antenna to that?

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Subject: Re: Wireless Networking  ·  Posted: 2003-10-05, 03:53am
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the wirless pcmcia card that i have can't take an external antenna, so you might not be able to. if it has one of those antannas on it you could take that off and connect your pringles can instead . . .

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Subject: Re: Wireless Networking  ·  Posted: 2003-11-10, 05:53am
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try downloading the new frimware it should help, or buy an extension antenna to attach to your router

 
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Subject: Re: Wireless Networking  ·  Posted: 2003-11-10, 09:52am
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I hope to get an extension antenna soon, but what software are you talking about?


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Subject: Re: Wireless Networking  ·  Posted: 2003-11-14, 03:01pm
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DO not connect an antenna unless certified. It voids the warranty (most cases) and violates FCC regulations. Buy a signal booster and hook it up to the wireless ap.

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Subject: Re: Wireless Networking  ·  Posted: 2003-11-14, 05:37pm
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Meh!
Is all I gotta say :P

We have networked 5 houses in this village (like a housing estate) with wireless adapters! Line of sight is required, and works perfect

Thats all I have to add ;/ also antenna's suck :P

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