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new firmware for Linksys WET54G V2 WIRELESS GEthernet Bridge

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Hi
        i have 2 Linksys WET54G V2 WIRELESS G Ethernet Bridge devices , i have configured them as bridge accross the road with our 2nd office , its disconencting time to time ,
can i have its latest firmware ?
or any other solution so that it should not disconnect on regular basis.
kindly advice
regards
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Question by:sanjeevkmrs
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Are the devices on auto-channel? It is possible you are experiencing interference from other devices in the neighbourhood that are using the same channel. Try getting netstumbler to determine which channels are in use and then assign your devices to a channel that has minimal interference.

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When we were looking at bridging we were shocked to find just how much interference was caused by things such as traffic. Are your devices sufficiently high enough?
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