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A repeater/extender's effect on your overall bandwidth could make it a bad option (if you do a lot of streaming). I think the simple fix to explore is repositioning your PS3 for better signal.
I still think checking the adjacent network chatter would be more helpful than moving it around, unless it is in a cabinet or behind something. Doesn't hurt tho!
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Yeah, I've noticed problems using my PC on wireless, just throw a wire in it if you have the chance, you will be happy you did.
    
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I still think checking the adjacent network chatter would be more helpful than moving it around, unless it is in a cabinet or behind something. Doesn't hurt tho!
Yep two of the networks have the same wireless signal percentage and one of them is 2 percent higher than mines. Can I check what channel they are on through the router page? How can I check?
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Ouch.. CSMA/CA with 3 busy networks on the same channel would suck!
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I dont evne see a setting in my wireless settings to change the channel... ***
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Unfortunetly, I don't think you can do it on the Linksys Firmware.

Do you have a Droid, iPhone, or a laptop?
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Unfortunately, I don't think you can do it on the Linksys Firmware.

Do you have a Droid, iPhone, or a laptop?
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I only have an iPhone. I can do it from the iPhone?
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With the 1,000,000 + applications I'm pretty sure there are wifi applications..
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post #20 of 35
Try searching for a free WiFi analyzer. I know there are a couple that are $2 but I don't have an iphone so I can't find a free one for you.

All you need is an analyzer that shows the networks and their channel. Let us know what you find.
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