There is intermediate disconnection on wireless.The encryption method will not affect the wireless.please check the firmware version of the router whether its a latest one or not. if not.. upgrade the firmware version to latest one. that resolves your concern.
O2 claimed to have updated the Firmware from their end down the line (Didn't know if this was possible at the time) as far as I am aware it is the latest firmware.
I think the O2 router vII model is faulty. I have called them 3 times and will soon be calling them again and asking for MAC number as I am not happy with them blaming it on my Laptop and x2 other XP desktops. I have tried x2 Belkin Adapters, x1 Netgear and 2 other routers with no problem. But Still O2 say its the config of my equipment.
Now I am sending you the answer for question "which is secured WEP, WPA or WPA-PSK?Try with the security WPA-PSK.Which is more secure than rest.a pre-shared key or PSK is a shared secret which was previously shared between the two parties using some secure channel before it needs to be used.
WPA-PSK uses a pass-phrase, which is between 8 and 63 characters long. WPA-PSK provides the strong encryption protection.
WPA-PSK is a special mode of WPA for home users without an enterprise authentication server.
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