Wireless Signal Strength [Pic]

Submitted by: kitteh9lives 5 years ago in Misc

Your router wants you to move in with your neighbor.
There are 13 comments:
Male 1,803
You could always simply buy a decent router. I have a fritz box, it`s awesome.
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Male 1,243
It doesn`t have to be this way.... there is help.
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Male 15,832
Not a problem for me. I`ve got the house wired with CAT-5.
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Female 55
so sad, and so true. somehow I can get the free wifi from the Mickey D`s a block away, but damned if I can get full bars if I move my laptop from one end of the sofa to the other...in the same room as the router.
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Male 216
I`m taking this. Its great and speaks volumes about my school`s Internet routers.
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Male 1,215
"Some cardboard, glue, scissors, and aluminum foil can cure that. There are many templates to download for making a small parabolic antenna. "

Thanks, McGuyver!
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Male 300
Some cardboard, glue, scissors, and aluminum foil can cure that. There are many templates to download for making a small parabolic antenna.
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Male 5,413
It`s not like that for me.
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Male 1,249
And obviously its your ISP`s fault better give them a call and tell them how much you dont know about computers but make sure to be an a$$hat about it.
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Male 3,908
Yeah, I must be that "neighbor" because I get full strength everywhere in the house including the basement
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Female 1,566
Sucks to suck, I guess, my router loves me.
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Male 914
I`m glad the color legend was there. Otherwise I`d be completely baffled by this picture.
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Female 8,043
Link: Wireless Signal Strength [Pic] [Rate Link] - Your router wants you to move in with your neighbor.
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