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    Default Wireless router wont hold connection.... Wired works perfectly fine

    This is a major problem we are having, so far we have tried 4 wireless routers, all from different companies. Belkin, D-link, Netgear and Linksys. They all show the same problem. It gets fully set up, then they stay connected, oh for a good 20 seconds or so, then they disconnect. Unplug the wireless router and back in, and you get another 20 seconds of connection. But, whenever I bypass a router and directly plug in, it connects and works perfectly fine and stays up. So my question is

    What on earth is wrong? Does my ISP not support wireless internet? I am using the same cable modem as my old ISP. Which is a linksys one.

    Please help!

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    Fixed. RoadRunner Cable use a dynamic IP address, after hours up on hours of talking to them, we got it sorted out. About time too!

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    dynamic ip address?

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    Dynamic IP addresses are when they are issued from your ISP as soon as you log on, so they're different each time.

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    ah rite so like with dial up.

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    i have a netgear 54mbps G with SKY isp, on my hp pavillion dv1000 i got an awful connection with its integrated wireless, and on my old celeron advent, with a belkin 54mbps G it was even worse! my computers are in my room and my router is downstairs in the living room, we only have one phone socket in the house and soon i will have a desktop in my room so no portability now

    any solutions or am i screwed?

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    What type of wireless cards do your PC's have? Are there any solid walls (eg. brick or concrete), and any electrical appliances (eg.microwaves) which could be interfering with the signal?

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    It might be worth looking at wireless N if you have a lot of obstacles between or if there is interference due to the higher range/stronger signal and the working frequency being different.
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