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Wireless Network problem

By Kevin16
May 30, 2005
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  1. Kevin16

    Kevin16 TS Rookie Topic Starter Posts: 173

    StormBringer, trust me, I have tried EVERYTHING you suggested 10 times over and have tried EVERY configuration possible. The router is BROKEN!

    Anyways, I returned the router and got Linksys. Hopefully it will not cause any problems.
  2. aidsministrator

    aidsministrator TS Rookie Posts: 37

    Ok ok. Relax Kevin. You don't need to 'shout'.

    According to your messages, I can say you don't like this brand (D-Link) and you want to replace it with another brand? It's up to you.

    By the way, does your D-link has warranty? You can take it to the supplier for service. It's free under warranty. If they charge you then teach them about warranty rules and also advise the boss to carefully choose a right employee next time. No I'm not kidding.

    *DELETED* Nope, not a good idea to say that
    -- Nodsu
  3. Kevin16

    Kevin16 TS Rookie Topic Starter Posts: 173

    Dude, aidsministrator, I already returned it. I bought a Linksys which works perfectly.
  4. aidsministrator

    aidsministrator TS Rookie Posts: 37

    That's cool Kevin! Happy advance posting..

    :)
  5. StormBringer

    StormBringer TS Rookie Posts: 2,871

    Its kind of moot at this point, but doesn't the 624 have a SuperG mode, which can double the speed of the G band? This feature only works with cards also capable of it, and sometimes causes problems with cards that don't support the feature. To correct this problem, you have to turn off the SuperG.

    I know its of no use now that you have a different router, but that feature can sometimes cause those symptoms and this may be helpful to someone in the future.
  6. Kevin16

    Kevin16 TS Rookie Topic Starter Posts: 173

    Yeah I'm sure my card supports it. That's why I bought it.

    My card is a D-link AirPlus.
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