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Old 07-02-2005, 04:23 PM   #1
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DLink 624+ and dropping wifi connection

I work in an internet cafe with 31 computers all on wifi.

And every other day all the wireless connections drop and will only come back if we unplug the power and and plug it back in. Its not just the wifi but the wired connections go out too. Is this standard for routers? I had a siemens router also that did this(not on wifi) Its really annoying. Are we in need of better equipment? I know dlink isnt the best, but, not the worst, but I could be wrong.


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Old 07-04-2005, 07:07 PM   #2
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the problem is with the router do s search for it, I hear it is a common problem because i know of 2 people that have it and both have droped signal problems. Try updating all the drivers for the nic cards if not try updating the firmware on the router if the problem persists get a linksys


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