D-link DI-624 weak signal, is this normal?
I have a DI-624 wireless router that seems to have an incredibly weak
signal. It works fine within the room it is sited, but if I take my
laptop into the hall (one wall blocking the signal) the signal strength
drops wayyy down, and I generally lose my connection.
Is this expected behaviour? I would have thought I could get a little
more distance than that. Is there anything I can do to improve
matters? Maybe at the reception end (on the laptop?)
I have a Linksys wireless card plugged in there.
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