Glad you got it sorted. I note your comment about possible interference. All of the channels used by 802.11 b/g/n (1-11 in the US, 1-13 in Europe, 1-14 in Japan) are nominally 2.4GHz. That is simply the frequency band used. Each channel has its own centre frequency, although the range of frequencies used by channels does often overlap. But that is OK - it's designed to work that way. Interference is only a problem sometimes if you use the same channel for two networks, and even that can work in many cases.
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