|mannon on Apr 6, 2006 at 11:39:36 PM (# 0)|
i have had this same problem, i believe that it is just the fact that it is a belkin router.. they should stick to cables... u could try to go to your router settings and disable any firewalls etc.. and i have better luck if i change the channels everynow and then, u can also mess around and find a channel that has a faster connection. just click on channel ssid on the side in your router settings and u can mess with all that.. but before u do too much make a backup of your settings just in case
sam5064 on Apr 12, 2006 at 1:46:46 AM (# 1)
Thanks for your advice. I've tried changing the channel but hasn't really helped. Maybe i should just try another router instead. BTW great service from Belkin, I emailed them over a week ago and still have had no response yet.
sam5064 on Apr 12, 2006 at 2:31:08 AM (# 2)
actually, looking at some user reviews here
It seems like this may be quite a common problem on some but not all of these products. I'd maybe think twice about purchsing this peice of equipment if anyone is out there is thinking of doing so.
frumbert on Apr 19, 2006 at 12:17:18 AM (# 3)
I've always had problems with Belkin's gear.
bod1467 on Apr 19, 2006 at 2:15:55 AM (# 4)
I'm a Netgear man myself. I've got a v1 DG834G. Had it for well over a year and hasn't given me a peep of trouble. Even done all firmware updates via a wifi connection and worked great every time.