Question about Linksys Wireless-G WRT54G Router
I have three desk tops and two lap tops. The desk tops are hard wired to a linksys the lap tops are wireless bouncing off the router. They all connected fine until I got a new computer and hooked in the router to the new computer, now the signal drops and none can connect or keep connection without resetting the router every 2o minutes or so. we also get network conflict messages, what do I do?
First of all u should ensure that DHCP server is configured for your required number of computers. this problem seems that you have less clients configured in your DHCP server, existing in router configuration.
Posted on Dec 28, 2008
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