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chanel change


chippy+

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hi when i look at my wireless config and rescan i see 3 connections 1) my own chanel 9

2) neigbour chanel 5

3)neighbour chanel 9

i changed mine to 6 to keep a seperate chanel but no matter what i change it to 3) neighbour changes to the same as mine what is happening thanks Chippy

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mgmcc

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Neighbour's router may be configured to set the Channel number automatically, but I don't know why it should always alter to the same one that you're using. Is being on the same channel actually causing you a problem, such as an unstable wireless connection?

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lucky1

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If your broadband connection is not secure (your wireless config should show whether it is or not) maybe your neighbour is using it also? Just a thought.

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chippy+

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hi mgmcc and lucky1

thanks for the reply no the chanel is not giving me any trouble it reports 100% 54mbps it could be as mgmcc says he could have it set to auto i just find it strange when i change the neighbours change also thanks Chippy

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