Wireless Networking

Discussion in 'Computer Information' started by J.A. Michel, Aug 22, 2006.

  1. J.A. Michel

    J.A. Michel Guest

    Hi,

    I have a Netgear ME103 802.11B wireless access point. I installed it with
    my phone, satellite and networking hardware in the basement. Most of the
    time, it works OK, but at times it looses the connection.

    Popping the PC card in and out of the laptop is enough to get it going
    again - but what a pain. I suspect the bad behavior is due to poor signal
    strength.

    Since I have the access point installed in my structured media enclosure,
    I'd rather not move it. (but will if I have to) So, would it be possible to
    make a coax to connect on the antenna ports and just move the antennas with
    like 20 feet of coax?

    TIA,
    J.A. Michel
    J.A. Michel, Aug 22, 2006
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