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I am having really bad wireless problems. The signal drops unexpectedly. There are a lot of wireless routers in my building and it might be interfering. I see that I can change the wireless channel. How can I tell what channels the other routers are on? I am using a PC laptop with 54g wifi.
In my neighborhood, I see seven wireless access points with strong signals. That's only the access points, I have no idea how many users. In such a situation, one would expect collisions and intermittent lost connections. That's what I see. Any way to confirm that the lost connections are in fact...
I have bt homehub wireless with several devices connected ok in WPA mode.Using channel 5 manual due to previous interference issues. One laptop had dropped connection and will not reconnect saying waiting for network. it connects ok to other visible networks though