Wireless Connection limited or no connection

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Gordian

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Ok, im having an issue with my WRT54G (v2.2). I've been using it for a few months, and within the past few days the connection has been going on and off, but today it finally gave out a "limited or no connectivity" to all my computers with wireless access. I've updated the firmware and the wired connections are fine. Both wireless computers recognize the connection, but when I try to connect to the router by typing in its IP, it doesnt recognize it. My setup doesn't use WEP or WPA. I've reset the router atleast twenty times, but to no avail. Also the light on the router for WLAN is on. I've also used a different router and it looks like the same problem.
Thanks in advance, and happy holidays,
- Gordian
 

TerryNet

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By "reset" the router do you mean a restart (same as power cycle) or do you mean reset to factory settings? If the former, suggest you try the latter once.

With a wireless computer sufficiently near the router that we can rule out distance problems and interference by something in the path between them, what do you see when you "scan" or "view" wireless networks (yours? others? what channel is each? no duplicates to your SSID?)?

What happens when you tell your wireless utility to connect to your network?

Then open a command window and type
ipconfig /all
and copy the results here.

Happy Holidays to you too.
Terry
 
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