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In the daytime, we get 15-16Mbps. problem with AMD HDMI... The SSID's are not hidden and the combination with primary wifi and one sub-vap is a no go for me. I now (actually for some time) use Verizon FIOS (fiber optic network) which is substantially more costly than Charter or TW. Source

It should tell me System Too Crowded or Wireless Getting Stomped. (I hope!) The tech last night changed my modem & locked me into a different channel (6). Thanks in advance. Bluntly put, DNS server is the boss of the network, it determinates to which device does which data packets go, and how. I've tried loads of things, running slackware's netconfig script, running rc.inet1 and rc.inet2, resetting my router and my cable modem, all with no results.

My guess is if the wireless is on the 2nd floor, the signal downstairs might be OK (versus the opposite as it is now) because a radio signal prefers to radiate Reply With Quote 03-21-2013,05:15 PM #6 PGB1 View Profile View Forum Posts Member Since Dec 05, 2008 Location Detroit Posts 364 Specs:2007 Mac Book Pro 2.2 Ghz 4 GB RAM SSD Which reminds me now that I think about it... KisMAC will show them.

The router is a D-Link 624. You are currently viewing LQ as a guest. Find More Posts by Matir 03-04-2005, 11:40 PM #6 Feminista Member Registered: Sep 2004 Distribution: Gentoo, OS X Posts: 37 Original Poster Rep: Well, NOW it only shows But that may be immaterial to your problem.

Where did you wonder off to? Check the TCP/IPv4 settings on computer and IP settings on your device. Be transmitting a network signal without internet on the wireless side. But the client devices will still be hearing each other's traffic if they can all talk to the AP now.

I started having periodic problems with losing my connection and rebooting the modem and router would fix it for a bit. the laptop is a hp6715s. The client count is around 35 40 generally. well, with GNOME, at least.

Now, if I can find a way to remember everything... IP settings:Go to Network and Sharing Center, click "Wireless Network Connection 2", and click Details,Then on your device (while you're connected to the WiFi network), simply tap the network name in For it to all work properly, first you have to make sure your drivers actually do support this virtual operations. The AT&T wireless had no problem The Cable has problems which the provider, despite multiple trips, can not figure out nor offer suggestions to rectify.

The time now is 10:29 AM. this contact form Logged JimMonz Level 3 Member Posts: 130 Re: Yet another Wireless problem and yes I have tried Everything Else « Reply #8 on: April 16, 2010, 10:57:41 AM » Here's another We had them for TV-only for years, but the outages became hours long multiple times each day, along with constant digital breakups. Gateway is, to put it bluntly, the first node your device bumps into when going to internet.

The program will create a new virtual adapter device on your computer, named Wireless Adapter 2. If not, maybe it's just a lease issue? I can't kill this, even if I use sudo htop (in which case I see 3 instances). http://scifijumpgate.com/yet-another/yet-another-dvd-problem.html Trying ethernet direct with wireless off is a great idea.

It was as if Airport was failing to detect any signal at all. I would try using a different board with >1 radio interface, for example a RB493. 2 radio interfaces on 2,4 GHz band, first using 1+5 (Ce) channels, second using 9+13 (also Faraday cage, in my dreams Top jacekes Member Candidate Posts: 165 Joined: Tue Aug 30, 2011 9:34 am Reputation: 0 Location: Poznan, Poland Contact: Contact jacekes Website Re: Yet another

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It also seems strange that I would have it for less then two hours if I reboot the router. and what is the best method to get this thing going? They are scheduled to replace it tomorrow. So this boss is same for all devices.Make sure you get the password right Congratz, you can now access the internet on your Android.Now, if you still do not have internet

I tried from various places where my wife & I experienced slow night time speeds. I was typing dhcpd instead of dhcpcd. >_< Well, I learned a bit about networking. The modem isn't the same as AT&T's, which can't use coaxial cable. Check This Out So, am I on the right track, looking at these solutions or do you all think the problem lies somewhere else completely?

Post your question in this forum. Every single solution that Google offered failed so far. And pay all of you guys for the time I wasted. the 3 desktops are connected to the internet through a adsl modem/router (alcatel speedtouch 546).

To run it, simply input your desired SSID and password, and click Start Virtual Router. Is this logical in any sense? I was over-thinking it. to see if it works!Joyce Jan 2, 2007 4:25 PM Helpful (0) Reply options Link to this post Apple Footer This site contains user submitted content, comments and opinions and is