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RE: wireless problems [7:101395] posted 07/28/2005
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Yoshi -

Youll need to configure a different channel. For b/g go with 1,6, or 11.
Other channels will just be overlapping...

HTH

-Dave

On 27/Jul/2005 23:40:45, supernet wrote:
> 
> We have a small office in TX that uses a Cisco 1200 WAP. It recently
stopped
> working. I noticed that there are over 30 WAPs in that area. I guess there
> is a lot of interference among them? So here is my question, if we only
rent
> a small office in a big building, how to eliminate interference? Lower
> signal strength? But even if I lower the signal strength, I can't guarantee
> others do the same thing. Thanks a lot. Yoshi




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