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D-Link DIR-815 Router (Manufature Refurb.) $22.99 w/ FS

JonathanP5559 279 973 August 27, 2015 at 06:31 AM in Tech & Electronics (2) More eBay Deals
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Ebay seller bigdeals (225641) has the D-Link DIR-815 Manufacture Refurbished Wireless Router for $22.99 with free shipping.

Currently $47.99 on Amazon for the same model, new.

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D-Link DIR-815 wireless N 600Mbps Dual Band Router,IEEE 802.11a/b/g/n, IEEE 802.3/3u/3ab


http://www.ebay.com/itm/D-Link-DI...567467d825
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Snagged one. Been looking for in inexpensive upgrade to my good ol' DIR-655. Thanks, OP!
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I recently switched to Fios and wired I get 50/50 but on wifi I get about 3/5 (no kidding). They said something in the neighborhood might be interfering with my wifi signal and I should try to attach another router to their router and use that for my wifi connection (they provide a modem + router in one).

Any idea if this is compatible or will work to solve my problem? Thanks.
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Quote from boazb View Post :
I recently switched to Fios and wired I get 50/50 but on wifi I get about 3/5 (no kidding). They said something in the neighborhood might be interfering with my wifi signal and I should try to attach another router to their router and use that for my wifi connection (they provide a modem + router in one).

Any idea if this is compatible or will work to solve my problem? Thanks.
This router might work. What you need to do first is to scan the Wifi in your area with a Wifi Network Stumbler (like inSSIDer or something similar). This will identify what WiFI channels are in use and what are open. You may just be able to change the channel on the FioS router (though many people like having a downstream router over which they have more control/features).
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