Refused connections with limited/no connectivity...

Discussion in 'DD-WRT Firmware' started by tstack77, Dec 7, 2005.

  1. tstack77

    tstack77 Network Guru Member

    I just installed DD-WRT .23 on my version 4 today and had it running flawlessly for an hour untill I changed the security to WPA-TPSK. When the router config was saving I got booted from the network (normal), and set up my wireless card with the new password...nothing. I tried to connect with a cable, only to get limited connectivity with the connection being refused. i reset the router only to consistently get the same errors. I tried to ping the router but got the destination host is unreachable error. I even updated my drivers for both adapters but i can't get the router to communicate with my computer. Wirelessly my card can detect the linksys signal but I just can't fully connect. i live in Chicago so there are hundreds of wireless networks that I can log on to so I know that both adapters work just fine.

    What can I do?

    And thanks, I'm sure this is a Noob problem but I tried to search for this but nobody seemed to have this exact same problems in the posts.

    Side Q--Under DD-WRT, what does the SES button do (anything)? i can hold it down to either get no led, orange led, or white led (neither of the three has any different effect).
  2. brucebeh

    brucebeh Network Guru Member


    i have the same problems as you except my wired connections are fine, and wireless get the limited/no connectivity.

    I installed the beta2 firmware Dec 2nd and turned on DHCP server, chnged client lease time to 1 day.

    So far so good, no lost connections or anything. i THINK its a bug with the oct beta2 for dd-wrt. not sure though, but it works for me so i'm happy.
  3. sufrano63

    sufrano63 Network Guru Member

    Try the dsnmasq under dhcp settings
  4. tstack77

    tstack77 Network Guru Member

    Somehow it's fine today, didn't touch a thing...weird. Is DD-Wrt kinda funny/buggy this way? I made the changes above in case it happens again, thanks.
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