|18 Jun 2012||#13|
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Your wireless signal looks fine and channels no interference as no other wireless networks in the vicinity.
One thing tho you are using no security on your router and that is a security risk i suggest changing the security on the router to WPA2 AES and create a 26 character network key a mix of letters and numbers called a pre-shared key.
You will need to then need to delete the wireless profiles on all your computer's that use wireless and then re-connect to your router SSID and input the network key you have just assigned to the router it will make your wireless network more secure.
As for the timeouts please try and disable your firewall in the router as a test and see if timeouts persist.
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