All of a sudden my switch has all its lights ON. Everything the power, the 100Mbps, the Link/Act all of them but none of my computers are getting any connection. It just shows network cable unplugged. How do I trouble shoot. Help me quickly please....
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The "Wireless / Advanced" configuration window contains a setting for transmit power. Be sure it is set to 100%.
Otherwise, your only options are to replace the antenna with a booster antenna, or to add a stronger wireless router as an access point to your current setup. Using a booster antenna requires the D-Link to have a removable antenna, which it may not have -- none of the documentation calls this out as a feature.
Keep in mind that if you are trying to use this router over excessive distances, boosting the router's own power will not necessarily improve your connection, because the broadcast power of the remote PCs is also a limiting factor.
Check fuse, then check for power to & from headlight switch, if no power out suspect continuity across switch. Also check for squashed wires & bad connections. The usual place that wires corrode + brake is where the main loom goes around the headstock as they move when handlebars are turned, so check for continuity along relevant wires.
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You could help me back by letting me know the fork stanchion diameter for Indian RD350 HT model 1987, or just the fork seal sizes. (I've never asked for favour back on this site, but I just cannot get info on Indian made bikes here in UK)
Tony, I was looking at the specs and found these lines
:- Choices of 12 and 24 10BASE-T ports per hub 1 100BASE-TX port (for connection to 100BASE-TX hubs)
Which is saying that the user/pc ports are fixed 10Mps and there is one 100Mbps uplink port to connect two hubs together.