Re: How to test wireless problem?
On Jun 1, 7:51 pm, "harlen" <harlen(no-dot)n...@xxxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:
"the_bmac" <b...@xxxxx> wrote in message
I'll bet you've got a Linksys WRT54G
Why should that be so obvious?
Nope. I have a D-Link DI 624 Rev C.
Can you describe a bit about the environment of installation? What's
between the router and your Thinkpad (when placed where connection
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