01-04-2010 06:13 AM
01-05-2010 03:44 PM
I would suggest you to adjust the wireless settings on the router and check...Open the router setup page and Under the Wireless tab,Change the Wireless Channel to 11-2.462GHz...Change the SSID to unique name...Under the Advanced Wireless Settings..Change the Beacon Interval to 50,Change the Fragmentation Threshold to 2304 Change the RTS Threshold to 2307...
01-06-2010 01:14 AM
01-06-2010 06:13 AM
What is the Model no of the Wireless Adapter you are using on the computer...?
Try upgrading the router's firmware and reconfigure the router from the scratch..You can download the firmware from www.linksys.com/downloads...On the linksys setup page,click on Administration tab to upgrade the firmware.
01-06-2010 06:29 AM
01-07-2010 01:24 PM
Is your Windows 7 Computer is a Wired computer or a Wireless Computer? If its an Wired or Wireless computer then you can try to update the drivers for your Network adapter and then check the speed on your Computer.
If you have any other computer, then you can check if you are still facing the same problem on that computer?
01-07-2010 03:57 PM
Hi Dibbler mant thanks for your help it is very much appreciated. Today I found an old laptop running XP and ran that wirelessy on the router and it worked perfectly. I then took the ethernet cable out of my dektop and plugged it into the XP machine, set up a LAN and again it ran perfectly. So I had eliminated the ISP and the router. I then plugged the ethernet cable back into my desktop and guess what!!!! It worked perfectly. I had previously taken the ethernet cable out of the router and rebooted the router and then replaced the cable but that made no difference. So why it worked OK by unplugging it from the desktop I have no idea - but it worked
Once again thanks for your help.
PS after 35 years in the IT industry I still find it fascinating that not everything is logical!