Strong Signal but no internet

Discussion in 'Wireless Networking' started by HotRod, Nov 20, 2006.

  1. HotRod

    HotRod Guest

    On my home PC running XP Pro SP2 I installed a Linksys Wireless-G WMP54G
    card and everything was working great, signal strength over a huge distance
    was 45%-60%. When I rebooted the PC it would show the SSIDs and conenct to
    them but it always shows "Limited or no connection" to the internet. I
    uninstalled the card and reinstalled it again and it seemed to work fine for
    the session, next time a rebooted the PC same problem so I ended up doing a
    system restore and everything worked again. Now I jsut can't get it to get
    an internetconnection. IDEAS?

    Why can I connect to the router but not get a internet connection? I've
    tried with three different routers have and reset each one. I can't move
    the router w/ internet closer to the shop because it's int he house.
    HotRod, Nov 20, 2006
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  2. Hi

    The Wireless system might display words like Good signal and connected but
    that does not mean that you have a real viable connection.

    If you have a real viable connection, you should be able to log to the
    Wireless Router Menus through the Browser.

    The 45% Signal strength might be noisy and thus you cannot form a viable

    May be this can help too,

    Otherwise, you have to start with the Wireless Client near the Wireless
    Router, and when configured correctly and working well, add hardware to
    extend the Wireless coverage.

    Extending Distance -

    Wireless Bridging -

    Hi Gain Antenna -

    Jack (MVP-Networking).
    Jack \(MVP-Networking\)., Nov 20, 2006
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  3. HotRod

    HotRod Guest

    Do you know of any other program that is better to use than Windows Zero
    Configuration (WZC)? Netstumbler will detect networks and show you all kinds
    of stuff but it won't allow you to connect to any of them.
    HotRod, Nov 20, 2006
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