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DW6000 problems with Routing (?)

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Since my friends at customer support aren't ever any help, ever...  I figured I should ask the forums!  ;) 

When my wireless router is connected, Directway latency will jump from 800-5000+ and will do that every couple minutes.  Sometimes connection will just drop.  But when it is unplugged from router and linked directly to my computer,  there is no jump and it runs fine... (er as fine as dway can which doesnt say much) ....  I went to Linksys ' website and went through their configuration and it said im running way above average for everything.

Has anyone else had this problem with constant latency jumps while using a wireless router?  Any help would be greaaatly appriciated.

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Since my friends at customer support aren't ever any help, ever...  I figured I should ask the forums!  ;) 

When my wireless router is connected, DirecWay latency will jump from 800-5000+ and will do that every couple minutes.  Sometimes connection will just drop.  But when it is unplugged from router and linked directly to my computer,  there is no jump and it runs fine... (er as fine as dway can which doesnt say much) ....  I went to Linksys ' website and went through their configuration and it said im running way above average for everything.

Has anyone else had this problem with constant latency jumps while using a wireless router?  Any help would be greaaatly appriciated.

Welcome to the forum Gusted, please try to search you will find a detailed post about how to do this...

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