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2011-07-19 10:49 AM
A connection error has occurred. Check the security settings for the network and try again.
2011-07-20 10:54 AM
2011-07-21 07:01 AM
2011-07-24 08:07 AM
I had tried about all the channels when i read the description of "mode" that made me think the "neighbor-friendly" setting for mode might be the better setting for "mode" than the more powerful default setting that describes the default as strictly for 'G' and 'N'
It worked. I changed the mode to the neighbor-friendly setting and set the channel back to the default "auto"
Channel 11, Wireless mode n&g&b, Bandwidth 20/40 Mhz, Broadcast SSID No,Protected Mode Off, WMM Enabled
Security WPA-PSK+WPA2-PSK Encryption TKIP+AES
Wi-Fi Protected Setup (WPS) Disabled - Important!!
2011-07-24 08:35 AM
2011-07-24 10:33 AM
2011-07-24 01:30 PM
Joe_ wrote: Sometimes the higher speed (ie. 300Mps) can cause problems with neighboring networks.
2011-07-24 01:49 PM
Mars Mug wrote: The ‘Good Neighbour’ rule is a little misleading since it suggests that your router may cause problems for your neighbouring networks, and some people might not care and want to disable it. The fact is that the rule relates to contention, and that can affect every node in the area, so not only do your neighbours potentially suffer, but so do you.
2011-07-24 11:58 PM
2011-07-25 11:13 AM
2011-07-25 11:34 PM
2011-07-30 07:20 AM
2011-07-30 07:48 AM
Joe_ wrote: I can't vouch for the procedures described in the threads you found, however, "neighbor friendly" mode is usually setting your speed to 145 or 150Mps as opposed to using 300Mps. Sometimes the higher speed (ie. 300Mps) can cause problems with neighboring networks.
You should be able to locate WPS (which is the short for Wifi Protected Setup) if you scroll down the panel on the left. As jmizoguchi indicated, this feature is to enable connecting devices that are WPS-enabled to quickly connect without having to go through entering the SSID and password. I agree with jmizoguchi when he says that he can't see how disabling WPS could have anything to do with your problem. But hey, you are searching for a solution so no harm in giving it a shot.
2012-05-13 01:16 PM