http://live.pirillo.com/ - Sometimes it's difficult to know what's wrong with a wireless network, especially if your connection randomly drops out for not apparent reason.
Andre, a new community member, has some advice for people using OS X. Under Max OSX you can use Airport Radar to help you diagnose your WiFi problems: you can find out what channels are being used and which channel you can use to avoid potential interference.
If you're using Windows, NetStumbler will allow you to do basically the same thing: diagnose the wireless connection and find out what's going on so you can get a clear signal.
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