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Old 01-06-2007, 01:33 PM
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okay, so it does work, but continuously disconnects?

I saw this with a computer once, and the problem was mostly a firmware issue. By updating the firmware in the device all connections seemed to settle down.
It could also be an IP issue, try setting static IPs on any other device sharing the hub, when the wireless connects it should find an open value and use it.
You may also want to check that the range of available addresses is large enough, if the range is too small, when your wireless device connects it's ok, but as soon as another device moves to check it's connection it would boot the wireless connection from the hub.

When the windows icon appears in the systray right click it, and there should be a disable or disconnect option. This should only disable the service and not the card as would be done under Network Connections.


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