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28-Nov-2006, 05:37 PM #1
I'm having a weird problem with the Buffalo WHR-HP-G54

The connection is appearing twice and I'm constantly getting disconnected, it also seems to have got a new name for its split personality :/

24SIDGWICK is the SSID i set it to but 'talebiehsan' is the second network that shows, connecting to it requires the same password.

I dont even begin to know where to look to fix this! Any help would be appreciated.

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28-Nov-2006, 08:16 PM #2
Even though it appears you're having the same problem, please start a new thread when you have a new issue. It's very difficult to keep two problems straight and who's working on what in a single thread. I've created a new thread for your issue here. Thanks for your cooperation.
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28-Nov-2006, 08:39 PM #3
So, when you unplug the router from its power supply both those signals disappear? And then both reappear when you plug it back in?

I don't know a heck of a lot about MIMO. Do you need a MIMO adapter? If so, are you using one? Has this worked before?
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29-Nov-2006, 02:49 PM #4
Yes, both networks are coming from the same router, turn it off and neither of them show.

I'm connecting to a Buffalo Airstation Turbo G WHR-HP-G54 router with a Belkin F5D7000_v6 wireless network card card.

The router has the latest firmware installed and the network card has the latest drivers.
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29-Nov-2006, 03:37 PM #5
it looks like my wireless card is refusing to accept the ip, if i set it manually its still not connecting to the network

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Date Time  	Type  	Log Content
2006/01/01 07:22:38 	DHCPS 	sending ACK to 192.168.11.2
2006/01/01 07:22:38 	DHCPS 	Request comein from Mark01(len:6)
2006/01/01 07:22:38 	DHCPS 	sending OFFER of 192.168.11.2 Mark01
2006/01/01 07:22:38 	DHCPS 	Request comein from Mark01(len:6)
2006/01/01 07:18:32 	WIRELESS 	wl0: 11g : Associated User - 00:11:50:0c:61:86
2006/01/01 07:18:17 	DHCPS 	sending ACK to 192.168.11.2
2006/01/01 07:18:17 	DHCPS 	Request comein from Mark01(len:6)
2006/01/01 07:18:17 	DHCPS 	sending OFFER of 192.168.11.2 Mark01
2006/01/01 07:18:17 	DHCPS 	Request comein from Mark01(len:6)
2006/01/01 07:17:36 	DHCPS 	sending ACK to 192.168.11.2
2006/01/01 07:17:36 	DHCPS 	Request comein from Mark01(len:6)
2006/01/01 07:17:32 	WIRELESS 	wl0: 11g : Associated User - 00:11:50:dd:23:8b
2006/01/01 07:17:32 	DHCPS 	sending ACK to 192.168.11.2
2006/01/01 07:17:32 	DHCPS 	Request comein from Mark01(len:6)
2006/01/01 07:17:31 	WIRELESS 	wl0: 11g : DeAuthentication (rcvd. station leaving..) User - 00:11:50:dd:23:8b
2006/01/01 07:17:30 	WIRELESS 	wl0: 11g : Associated User - 00:11:50:dd:23:8b
2006/01/01 07:17:17 	WIRELESS 	wl0: 11g : DeAuthentication (rcvd. station leaving..) User - 00:11:50:dd:23:8b
2006/01/01 07:16:01 	WIRELESS 	wl0: 11g : Associated User - 00:11:50:dd:23:8b
2006/01/01 07:15:49 	WIRELESS 	wl0: 11g : DeAuthentication (rcvd. station leaving..) User - 00:11:50:dd:23:8b
2006/01/01 07:15:00 	DHCPS 	sending ACK to 192.168.11.2
2006/01/01 07:15:00 	DHCPS 	Request comein from Mark01(len:6)
2006/01/01 07:15:00 	DHCPS 	sending OFFER of 192.168.11.2 Mark01
2006/01/01 07:15:00 	DHCPS 	Request comein from Mark01(len:6)
2006/01/01 07:10:55 	DHCPS 	sending ACK to 192.168.11.2
2006/01/01 07:10:55 	DHCPS 	Request comein from Mark01(len:6)
2006/01/01 07:09:48 	WIRELESS 	wl0: 11g : Associated User - 00:11:50:dd:23:8b
2006/01/01 07:09:48 	DHCPS 	sending ACK to 192.168.11.2
2006/01/01 07:09:48 	DHCPS 	Request comein from Mark01(len:6)
2006/01/01 07:09:47 	WIRELESS 	wl0: 11g : DeAuthentication (rcvd. station leaving..) User - 00:11:50:dd:23:8b
2006/01/01 07:09:47 	WIRELESS 	wl0: 11g : Associated User - 00:11:50:dd:23:8b
2006/01/01 07:09:35 	WIRELESS 	wl0: 11g : DeAuthentication (rcvd. station leaving..) User - 00:11:50:dd:23:8b
2006/01/01 07:06:24 	DHCPS 	sending ACK to 192.168.11.2
2006/01/01 07:06:24 	DHCPS 	Request comein from Mark01(len:6)
2006/01/01 07:06:20 	WIRELESS 	wl0: 11g : Associated User - 00:11:50:dd:23:8b
2006/01/01 07:06:20 	DHCPS 	sending ACK to 192.168.11.2
2006/01/01 07:06:20 	DHCPS 	Request comein from Mark01(len:6)
2006/01/01 07:06:19 	WIRELESS 	wl0: 11g : DeAuthentication (rcvd. station leaving..) User - 00:11:50:dd:23:8b
2006/01/01 07:06:18 	WIRELESS 	wl0: 11g : Associated User - 00:11:50:dd:23:8b
2006/01/01 07:01:19 	DHCPS 	Request comein from Mark01(len:6)
2006/01/01 07:01:16 	DHCPS 	Request comein from Mark01(len:6)
2006/01/01 07:01:07 	WIRELESS 	wl0: 11g : Associated User - 00:11:50:dd:23:8b
2006/01/01 07:00:08 	DHCPS 	sending ACK to 192.168.11.2
2006/01/01 07:00:08 	DHCPS 	Request comein from Mark01(len:6)
2006/01/01 06:55:44 	DHCPS 	sending ACK to 192.168.11.2
2006/01/01 06:55:44 	DHCPS 	Request comein from Mark01(len:6)
2006/01/01 06:54:37 	WIRELESS 	wl0: 11g : Associated User - 00:11:50:dd:23:8b
2006/01/01 06:54:36 	DHCPS 	sending ACK to 192.168.11.2
2006/01/01 06:54:36 	DHCPS 	Request comein from Mark01(len:6)
2006/01/01 06:54:35 	WIRELESS 	wl0: 11g : DeAuthentication (rcvd. station leaving..) User - 00:11:50:dd:23:8b
2006/01/01 06:54:35 	WIRELESS 	wl0: 11g : Associated User - 00:11:50:dd:23:8b
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29-Nov-2006, 04:14 PM #6
Please pardon me if I'm repeating myself. I don't know a heck of a lot about MIMO. Do you need a MIMO adapter? If so, are you using one? Has this worked before?

My guess is that the answers are 'yes', 'no' and 'no.'

And a new question--does MIMO work across brands? My guess here is 'no.'

But I don't mind my guesses being wrong--I'd like to learn.
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