Can't connect to WLAN

Steve smorrey at gmail.com
Fri Jan 19 10:09:08 MST 2007


You maybe could also boost your signal strength from within the
router, most I've used have that option buried somewhere as well, and
default it to something really, really, low.

On 1/19/07, Richard Scott McNew <richard.scott.mcnew at gmail.com> wrote:
> Your problem is right here --> Link Quality:0  Signal level:0  Noise level:0
>
> If the signal strength is too weak or there is too much noise, it does
> not matter if the key you are using is right or not because there is
> no connection.
>
> Move your computer closer to the transmitter or move the transmitter
> closer to your computer.
> Alternatively, you could setup a signal booster between the
> transmitter and your computer to relay the signal so that it is strong
> enough to be usable.
>
> Once the Link Quality and Signal level are high enough then getting
> the key right comes into play.
>
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