Unstable wi-fi connection with D-Link DI-624 router and WPA-PSK

Discussion in 'Wireless Internet' started by julio.hirose, Feb 26, 2006.

  1. julio.hirose

    julio.hirose Guest

    Hi,

    I have two wireless routers: SMC2804 and D-Link DI-624. I have
    configured both to use WPA-PSK encryption. Both of them have updated
    firmwares.

    The SMC works fine with my two notebooks (HP NC4000 and Dell Latitude
    610, both running Windows XP SP2).

    However, I am facing a lot of problems with my D-Link... With my HP
    notebook, the connection seems to be unstable (the notebook connects to
    the network. After some seconds, it desconnects and then re-connects...
    and so on).

    My Dell is unable to connect to the D-Link (I always get the "limited
    or no connectivity" error). The weird thing is: if I connect the Dell
    using a normal LAN connection, it works and, after a while, the wi-fi
    connection also works... (???)

    I´ve discovered that both notebook work fine if I change the D-Link
    configuration to WEP.

    What is going on? I´ve googled for similar problems and I found many
    people with the same problem, but I didn´t find any solution...

    Thanks,
     
    julio.hirose, Feb 26, 2006
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  2. julio.hirose

    optikl Guest

    What kind of adapters are you using? D-Link routers are known for
    working best with D-Link adapters.
     
    optikl, Feb 26, 2006
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  3. julio.hirose

    julio.hirose Guest

    Hi,

    Both notebooks have native wi-fi adapters. I have tried a lot of
    different configurations (example: I disabled the Turbo Mode, the
    Enhanced Mode, etc), but the problem persisted. I can only use the
    D-Link router in the WEP configuration...


    optikl escreveu:
     
    julio.hirose, Feb 27, 2006
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