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Change Encryption Methods

Passwords on WiFi networks aren’t just used for login but also encrypt the traffic that is transmitted.

Encryption methods include WEP, WPA, WPA2, etc. WPA is stronger and preferred to WEP in most circumstances, but sometimes using a different encryption method in the router will allow troublesome clients to connect.

Older 802.11b equipment may not support WPA encryption at all, so if you have to connect with this gear (including some original Apple Airport equipment) WEP will be your method of choice.

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Change the WiFi Channel

Now a days , Use of WiFi Spectrum (both 2.4GHz and 5.8GHz bands) with so many devices , signal congestion would be a problem in neighborhoods.

But Don’t worry , By changing the broadcast channel of your router may help. Most modern routers offer an automatic mode, which samples local traffic and dynamically assigns a clear channel as needed.

This is usually worth trying first. If that doesn’t work, use a WiFi traffic monitor like iStumbler on the Mac or a WiFi Finder app for the iPhone/iPad to see what’s going on in your area.

You may be amazed at how much traffic you see, far more than the Airport menu typically displays. See what channels are used by surrounding networks, then choose something a few steps away from crowded choices.

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Update Firmware

Vendors of routers, network cards, computers and handhelds often release firmware updates to their devices that can improve performance.

When you’re having problems it’s while checking that everything is up to date; if not, apply available patches. This is particularly true for new devices. With firmware however, prudence is a virtue.

Firmware updates have been known to introduce bugs to otherwise stable systems.

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Change Locations of Routers and Computers

Keep your router away from large metal surfaces like shelves, file cabinets and walls with metal studs, these can act as energy sinks and obstruct WiFi signals.

you are much aware with below lines:

” When I use my laptop in my car (parked, not while driving) I can get one or two bars difference in reception when I rest my MacBook against the steering wheel vs. putting it down on the passenger’s seat next to me.”

After Checking  we found :

A wire mesh latticework like that found inside old plaster walls and ceilings is even worse – this arrangement can create a shielding effect from RF energy. You may need to put WiFi access points in each room to adequately cover such spaces.

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How to Reboot Routers?

This is basic but often effective for many router troubleshooting.  When you’re having WiFi problems, first reboot the WiFi router or access point.  Unplug the power cord, wait 5 seconds, then reconnect.

Ah! If the problem occurs again ,

It’s not uncommon WiFi gear to need rebooting every few weeks to work reliably.

On your computer, turning WiFi Off then back On should force the system to rescan for available networks.

On Macs, click on the Airport Menu and select Turn Airport Off, wait about 5 seconds, then reenable.

On iPhones, iPods and iPads go to Settings  –> WiFi and slide the switch to Off, wait a few seconds, then switch On.

 

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