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Luminary
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Re: Netgear Router WGR 614 V7

immigrant wrote:
It is not only PCs that can't connect to the wifi, Macs can not connect to it either.
The "main router" is 30 feet away from the netgear router. There are a bunch of walls in between. Who knows it "hard to see" where both wireless networks cross each other Smiley Very Happy


test with pc 10ft.

you are making extra issues been 30ft away
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June Mizoguchi-
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Re: Netgear Router WGR 614 V7

Well, what do you mean? All computers are within 10 feet of the Netgear Router, but the distance between main router and netgear router is 30 feet.
Luminary
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Re: Netgear Router WGR 614 V7

don't use SAME SSID name at all.
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June Mizoguchi-
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Re: Netgear Router WGR 614 V7

For testing purposes i can do that, however
I have to have them with same SSID otherwise, when computers transition from one network to another(closer to the stronger signal) it will not happen automatically and one will have to manually connect to the network with stronger signal. That is unconvinced and people might get confused too.
But yeah, if there is not other way around it i might try to do it that way.:cool:
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