Wireless Network (Adapter) unstable?

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  1. jingyin

    jingyin New Member

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    Hello,

    When i am gaming, i sometimes have problem with my wireless internet connection :
    Wireless.

    As you can see the RSSI, is getting lower and unstable while i am gaming,
    and when i am not (at the end). My internet connection comes back stable again.

    I was wondering if there might be a problem with my network adpater?
     
  2. Trouble

    Trouble Noob Whisperer

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    I would suggest maybe testing with an eye towards network congestion.
    It appears that there are a lot of nodes competing for limited bandwidth.
    I'm surprised that you can do much gaming at all.
    Ideally you might want to consider substituting a copper connection to a switch port and avoid sharing what amounts to a common hub with a single backbone for everyone.
     
  3. jingyin

    jingyin New Member

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    i am not really good in computer, but what does it mean exactly?

    and sometimes the networks connection is unstable like that,
    but sometimes it just stays around -45~50.
     
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    jingyin New Member

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    how do i fix the internet congestion?

    EDIT: it is getting worse, im getting 3000 ping +
     
    #4 jingyin, Mar 26, 2012
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    jingyin New Member

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    I have the wireless internet connection.
    There are a lot of people around me, that is why there are many network.
    You said that i should consider replace the copper connection, what does it mean?


    EDIT: for my router setting
    should i use 20Mhz or 40Mhz channel width to improve the connection?
     
    #5 jingyin, Mar 26, 2012
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