How to make your phone stop interfering with your Internet connection, if you have a 2.4 GHz phone, and a wireless Internet connection.
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This very quick video is going to show you, from ShowMeHowToDoThis.com, how to make your phone stop interfering with your Internet connection. So if you have a 2.4 GHz phone, a lot of times when your phone calls are coming in on your cordless phone, they can interfere with your Internet connection. And not only is this annoying, but it prevents you from being on the Internet at the same time as your being on the phone.

So, what you do if you have got a Linksys Router or a lot of other routers run this way too. You are going to go to your web address and type in https:// (and you have to be logged in to your home network, you have to be on the right network but if you are there, then you go) 192.168.1.1 and that will take you into the security and router settings. Now there maybe a screen that shows up in-between that asks you for your username and password. Your username is admin, admin, and your password is admin, admin, like administrator, unless you have changed it.

So you will go ahead and login, and you will have a router name and all this stuff. You can can set up all kinds of things in here, but the place you want to go if you want to stop it from interfering with your 2.4 GHz phone connection is right here in the wireless tab. You have this wireless mode and in you have the name of the network, right? And then you have the wireless channel. Now by default it's set at 2.437, which could also the same frequency as your phone.

So if you change it to one end or the other (of the frequency spectrum) it worked for me to change it to 2.412. So, but you will just go ahead and go ahead and change it there and that will stop your phone from interfering with your Internet connection. Now if it does not work, log back in and change it to the opposite end (of the frequency spectrum), and see if that fixes it. But you want to get as far away from that default 2.437 GHz as you can. So that is it. Thank you for visiting us at ShowMeHowToDoThis.com. If you would like to learn how to do all kinds of interesting stuff, please come back and visit us again.

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