Wireless Networking Problem

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SirWilliamId

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Hey All,

I have a Linksys WMP54G Wireless Internet Card and a D-Link Wireless DI-524 Router. I run Windows2000SE.

Every ten minutes, I lose my internet. I got a message saying that my Linksys Card is connecting to the router, but there is no internet. The other computer that connect to the router via cable have no problems. I have already run Netstumbler, but that didn't help. Any ideas?

Any help would be greatly appreciated.

Best Regards,

SirWilliamId
 
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interference? if your on a laptop, try moving to different parts of the office/house. it may be that your computer is just in a dead spot and the signal is too weak to read.
-gtard
 

bearone2

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are both computers wireless?

it's best to have both the nic/router from the same mfg if possible because they talk the same language. :cool:
 
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3 things to try:

Firmware upgrade. Read on Linksys website for instructions.


Try a different channel. channels with the least amount of interferance are 2, 6, and 11.

After doing that with my Linksys for months and forever getting knocked off, I went and bought a Netgear; I haven't been dropped since. Likely not the answer you wanted, but $50 was a lot less than my 6 months of frustration - so hopefuly I can save you the trouble.

Hope this helps :).

~SilverWulf
 
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