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WAG54G v2 problems! - Wifi dropped

Discussion in 'Other Linksys Equipment' started by Umbrae, Aug 30, 2005.

  1. Umbrae

    Umbrae Network Guru Member

    Hey again everyone, I'm back with a new problem!

    I setup my router (still never got filesharing to work, DSL share worked fine though), Last night I was downstairs sitting on my laptop.. when bam, the wireless drops. I figured I'd leave it, go to bed and try today - It's still not working.

    I have gone through my settings, made sure they are all the same as they were before. No change.

    It's not so much the fact that I can't get my DSL - it's that when I right click my wireless box on my toolbar, "View Wireless Connections in Range".. it's just not there.

    Has anyone else had this problem?

    I will be e-mailing Linksys with my problems, but a solution (however temporary) would be great. Cheers.

  2. HiSpeed

    HiSpeed Network Guru Member


    Sitting on it... of course, you've have broken it ! :grin:

    Seriously, did you try to change the channel ?
    Once, I lost the signal during 2 days without any reason !?
    I tried all the channels and now I use channel 10 which is much more powerful than the other ones...
  3. Umbrae

    Umbrae Network Guru Member

    Thanks, I'll try that now - will keep you posted.

    Edit: Nothing - tried all 13 channels and there is no difference. For informatons sake- I've been using channel 11. I don't have security enabled (It's only a housing estate, if people leech I just login to the router and boot 'em off =D

    I'm debating wether to just buy a new router, as I'm getting more and more annoyed by the minute.
  4. HiSpeed

    HiSpeed Network Guru Member

    Take care of temperature because the wireless components are very sensitive.
    On mine, I've been obliged to add a fan !
  5. Umbrae

    Umbrae Network Guru Member

    Alright I added my house fan and pointed it at it - it's been running on it for 3 hours, the router is completely cool and the wireless is still dropped. I've changed the aerial position - still nothing. Looking on the front of the router, the lights that are on are as follows:

    Power, Ethernet 1 (My "mother comp" is on that'n), WLAN (I'm guessing that's the wireless then? :p), DSL, Internet.

    I'm guessing all that is in perfect order.

    Any other suggestions?

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