Schedule Reboot = Repair WiFi Connection - EVERYDAY

Discussion in 'DD-WRT Firmware' started by BassKozz, Dec 4, 2006.

  1. BassKozz

    BassKozz Network Guru Member

    I recently upgraded from Sp1 to Sp2, and I've always made it a habit to setup the "Scheduled Reboot" function (Administration->Keep Alive->Schedule Reboot)... I've heard in the past this helps clear memory and keep the DD-WRT running smoothly...

    But since I've upgraded I've noticed that every time the router reboots I have to manually repair my WiFi connections on my machines.
    WinXP -> right-click on the WiFi connection Icon and click repair
    Win2000 -> Control Panel, Network Adaptors, Disable then Enable the connection
    Command Prompt -> ipconfig, Release & Renew

    How come I have to keep doing this every time it resets? I didn't have to do this with Sp1...
    Is there anyway to fix this ?

    p.s. I've also noticed this behavior when manually rebooting from the webGUI

    Thanks in advance for any/all help/advice.
    -BassKozz
     
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