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jackyht2002
12-03-2009, 06:03 PM
Hi there guys

Please advise what is the differences between the Dlink DWA-110 which is now on sale on every retail store and the DWL-G122 which we can't find that anymore???

Thanks
Jacky

Speedy Gonzales
12-03-2009, 06:16 PM
The 2nd is discontinued which is probably why you cant find it anywhere

Theyre here (http://www.dlink.com.au/Products.aspx?Sec=1&Sub1=11&Sub2=19&PID=185)

And here (http://www.dlink.com.au/Products.aspx?Sec=1&Sub1=11&Sub2=19&PID=321)

Blam
12-03-2009, 06:20 PM
The DWA-G122 is discontinued and the DWA-110 has replaced it.

I would say that the newer DWA-110 is slightly better

EDIT:Speedy, you bet me to it!:p

jackyht2002
13-03-2009, 09:02 AM
The DWA-G122 is discontinued and the DWA-110 has replaced it.

I would say that the newer DWA-110 is slightly better

EDIT:Speedy, you bet me to it!:p

Hi Speedy and Blam

In regards about this adapter, I would thought that DWA-110 will be better going forward...

However I am having an adverse effect with my new DWA-110 and connect to Dlink Modem 604T Gen II

What I am experienced at the moment, my adapter receiption to my current modem is around 34% max, or even at the worst time 11%. In the past, my DWL-G122 I do at least receives around the 4/5 bar of the receiption or even full receiption...

My distance between my adapter is currently is 20 steps apart, however during the steps, there are walls on both side. (although i have to say, this is not the matter because the past modem hasn't any affect on me!!!)

Also I current have a PDA too, even if I turn on the Wi-Fi on my PDA, it gives me a full receiption on the same place where my adapter is placing?

Could you sort of advise why is it acting like that on this adapter?

I am using Windows Vista Home Premium - SP1
I have also reformat the machine again to see whether any improvement on it, but no, it is the same..
On my model, it is currently on Channel 6.

Thank you for your help
Jacky

Speedy Gonzales
13-03-2009, 09:07 AM
Click on tech support (the 2nd link I posted)

Then from the menus select DWA on the left 110 on the right, then click on go

The info there, should help you

Blam
13-03-2009, 10:25 AM
Something may be interfering with the signal such as phones etc, using the same 2.4ghz frequency

Also, what does windows show the signal strength as?

jackyht2002
13-03-2009, 10:31 AM
Click on tech support (the 2nd link I posted)

Then from the menus select DWA on the left 110 on the right, then click on go

The info there, should help you

I have read it prior to you tell me to read on that section....

i just don't know how can big the differences in terms of the receiptions...

I have heard from other people that if i change channel to 6 or above, it will work? which way should I go, shall I go up or down on the channel? as 6 is the default.

jackyht2002
13-03-2009, 10:35 AM
I have read it prior to you tell me to read on that section....

i just don't know how can big the differences in terms of the receiptions...

I have heard from other people that if i change channel to 6 or above, it will work? which way should I go, shall I go up or down on the channel? as 6 is the default.


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Wireless Performance
These are the Wireless Performance feature for the AP(Access Point) portion.
Beacon interval: 200 (msec, range:1~1000,default:200)
DTIM Period: 2 (range:1~25,default:2)
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Antenna transmit power: FULL Full75%50%25%6%
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Speedy Gonzales
13-03-2009, 11:09 AM
Change the channel