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I have 3 comps at home that connected wirelessly to the internet through the router. And just about when I installed my last comp the phone line (cordless phones) became very noise, sometimes I cannt even hear what others say. Could it be the problem of wireless network? If yes how can I solve it?
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What kind of internet access do you have?
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Well, it's cable internet, and I'm using wireless Linksys router to get to internet in every one of my rooms. I thought may be frequency of the phone and router or saomething conflicting with each other. I'm not very familiar with this wireless things, so...any ideas?
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Try turning off all the computers and pull the plug on the router see if that fixes it
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Most wireless networks run at 2.4ghz. Check your phone, I'll bet it also runs on 2.4ghz. Interference of this type is not at all uncommon. Microwaves also run at - guess what - 2.4ghz.

The best thing to do is move the base station farther away from the computer, or go get an 900mhz cordless phone.
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i know i also have this problem. The only thing is that it isn't all of the time that it happens, it's sporatically i'd say 95% of all of my calls are clear. i had to play with my antennas on the back of the router so it wasn't pointing anywhere near my phone base and now it works just fine. I don't know exactly why, but it does. The only other thing that i can suggest trying is switching the channel on the router. This is just something that linksys gave me in their tech support when they were trying to help me with it one time.

That's all i've got for ya' that i can think of for now
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My problem was simple, technician changed the "bad" cable :)
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Which cable?

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