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Old 01-27-2010, 08:10 PM   #1
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Default DIR-615 wireless signal has dropped severly

Hi all, (posted this in the hardware section by accident)

I have been having some wireless issues recently. I have a d-link DIR-615 for the past year or so. I have a desktop hooked up to it with a cable in the same room and I use a laptop in another room which is downstairs and on the other side of the house. I have always been able to get the same speed wirelessly on the laptop (using speedtest.net and http://speedtest.primus.ca/ ).

Recently when I use the laptop in the same room as usual, and the desktop is on, the wireless signal is intermittent at best and the rate drops to 5-50% of what I was getting before. Pinging (router address) is high (definitely not 0 or <1ms where it should be) and sometimes times out. I just checked the stats and there are errors in wireless, but no where else. Im not sure what that means. Stats below. What can be causing this problem? I have tried changing the channel on the router, no luck.

LAN Statistics
Sent :878273
TX Packets Dropped :0
Collisions :0 Received :1325606
RX Packets Dropped :0
Errors :0

WAN Statistics
Sent :1522670
TX Packets Dropped :0
Collisions :0 Received :1138881
RX Packets Dropped :0
Errors :0

Wireless Statistics
Sent :227260
TX Packets Dropped :0 Received :165148
RX Packets Dropped :0
Errors :3677
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