thoulemythtv at gleffsecurity.com
Mon Jan 15 04:54:03 UTC 2007
Yes, I've turned off b already, but thanks for the thought. The
issues is more responsiveness with the menus and total loss of signal
due to phones/microwaves. Changing channels have little to no
effect... We've been using it for about a year like this, but the
wife is starting to get a little frustrated by it. I'm thinking of
the Netgear 85MB unit, but it's a little expensive...
On Jan 14, 2007, at 11:25 PM, Brad DerManouelian wrote:
> On Jan 14, 2007, at 7:47 PM, Todd Houle wrote:
>> Hi Everyone. I have a remote frontend over wireless. While it
>> generally works ok, when anyone gets on the cordless phone, or
>> someone uses the microwave, we loose connectivity and have to restart
>> the remote frontend. I can't get a wire to this location so am
>> looking for alternative network methods. I once saw these units to
>> plug into a power outlet. Has anyone used them with Myth? Do they
>> provide enough bandwidth? I'm using just standard def cable. Are
>> there any recommended brands or vendors?
> Are you using 802.11b or g? If using g, try turning off b completely.
> I experienced significantly better bandwidth after disabling b
> traffic on the router.
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