Re: Superhub on Virgin??
I would suggest running inSSIDer on the laptops, to see which channels are the most cluttered, and pick an uncluttered one.
Its worth noting, especially in a large house, that the more walls/floors there are between the router and the laptop, the weaker the signal is going to be. Had a friend once who put his wireless router in a metal filing cabinet, where it was "out of sight". He never could get a wireless signal and always blamed the router.
Ideally, the router/superhub should be in the most centeral location possible,
Also worth noting that the superhub has a dire-weak wireless signal to begin with.
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