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VPN-Citrix Issue * $20 Paypal Reward*

Discussion in 'Cisco/Linksys Wireless Routers' started by joonshin, Apr 20, 2006.

  1. joonshin

    joonshin Network Guru Member

    Ok. This is a long shot but here it goes...

    Here are the facts:

    1) I use a citrix client to connect from home to work.

    2) It worked fine w/ no problems when I was using a WIRED linksys router

    3) I bought a WIRELESS WRT54GC linksys router and now I'm having problems staying connected to citrix. I can get connected but after a few seconds, I get disconnected.

    It has to do something with the settings on the wireless router because again I had no problem when I was using a wired router.

    Tell me what settings to fix. If it works, then $20 reward.
     
  2. grcore

    grcore Network Guru Member

    Have you considered that it might be your wireless NiC? I had all sorts of problems with an Intel bg2200, until I found the right driver for it. (but they are notorius for stuff like this)
     
  3. ceithle

    ceithle LI Guru Member

    Having similar problem

    (posting moved to new topic)
     
  4. TexasFlood

    TexasFlood Network Guru Member

    Could be some subtle settings of the router, TCP timeouts possibly, or your NIC. I've seen references to NIC driver updates for some NICs that fixed Citrix connection problems. I googled a bit and found these you might check for reference:

    http://www.citrix4ge.de/ctxsffaq/index.htm#kalive
    http://www.tokeshi.com/index.php?name=News&file=article&sid=4012
     
  5. jgutz20

    jgutz20 Network Guru Member

    If you get connected and then disconnected, try changing the MTU settings from 1500 (default) to a lower value. This setting should be on the main settings page when you sign in to the router. Is your computer remaining online and your just getting kicked from citrix? or is your internet connection just dropping? You could also try changing the wireless signal channel from the default 6 to something else. You can use a program like netstumbler to show networks in your area and it will tell you what channel their routers are using
    :dance:
     
  6. Toxic

    Toxic Administrator Staff Member

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