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Wireless connection fault

I recently purchaced a azurewave wireless rooter it momentarily lets me connect to the internet then almost as quick throws me out. there is another wireless provider in range that i have no problems connecting to any ideas

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  • Marlo Marinakis
    Marlo Marinakis May 11, 2010

    Try using windows wireless

  • Dominic
    Dominic May 11, 2010

    Doesn't sound like the router is configured right... Do you have Universal Plug-n-Play installed on your computer? Is it the only router on your network? Have you attempted to change the channel the router operates on?

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Hi

the problem is in router u need to increase the mtu size and channel of the compter ...

log in to router page and change the setting ,,,and make sure the router is not kept device that sends and wave signel ,,like radio TV etc....

if these setting are done the problem would be resolve

Posted on Jul 22, 2009

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