NetGear WG 103 pROsAFE 102.11G Wireless Access Points

Posted on 2012-08-25
Last Modified: 2012-09-24
      i have 2 NetGear WG 103 Prosafe 102.11G Wireless Access Points , i have created a bridge connection bewteen my main site and my remote site office which is  across the road  hardly 60 to 70 meters .
I Have around 8PC'S on the other location. and they all are using internet from main location and working in same LAN Netwrok .
suddenly i have started encountering problem that the pc's on remote site is getting slow sometimes .
then i restart the access points and restart the pc's then they work fine for some days and then again same problem happens .
Although recently i have upgraded the latest firmware also but the problem is still there .
Kindly Advice
Also please advice me if any other Enginius produt or any other product is best suitable for this issue in case if i have to replace the existing .
please advice
Question by:sanjeevkmrs
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    It may not be the access points causing the problem - next time it happens, just reboot the pcs to see if that solves it and approach the issue from that direction. Perhaps an infection or other standard issue.

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