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My problem is that my Network that I got from my ASUS EA-N66 Universal Repeater/AP/Client sometimes falls off. (I lose the connection to the network). Its very annoying when im in the middle of a game, and suddenly the i lose the connection. and must start a new game from the start. And sometimes the network just gets so bad that I got huge lag in a game, and thats a problem, both of these problems are very annoying. and its never happend before I got my pc connected to the ASUS EA-N66 Universal Repeater/AP/Client. Hope you have a answer/a solution to this problem.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: AP Mode Problems
Probably you have to learn that there are various people looking for an access of the internet through your facilities. Anyway, inorder to solve your problem these are the following recommendation I made just for you. Hope this will be helpful.
1.) How do I reset the EOC-3220 / EOC-3220 EXT / EOC-3220+ back to factory default settings? An RS-232 null modem serial cable is required for this procedure.
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1. Connect the EOC-3220 to your computer with a null modem serial cable.
2. Start a HyperTerminal session: Click Start and then select Programs -> Accessories -> Communications -> HyperTerminal.
3. After the HyperTerminal window appears:
a. Give this new connection a name. Ex: EOC-3220.
b. Select correct COM port. Ex:COM1.
c. Set baud rate as "38400", data bits "8", parity "none", stop bits "1", and flow control as "None". Then press “OK” to bring up the HyperTerminal window.
4. Wait until the "#" is displayed in the HyperTerminal window.
5. Type "flash reset", then hit enter.
6. Type "reboot", then hit enter. After the device reboots, all settings will be at factory default.
1.) Since that you already reseted the AP you need to use the default IP which is 192.168.1.1 user: admin password: admin
2.) Make it sure you need to use different IP such as 72.10.251.xxx and the subnet: 255.255.255.xxx
3.) The idea of configuration in come from your own desire which was no body can no longer try to match your network IP so that there will be no body access your AP anymore without your knowledge.
4.) You need to make you SSID invisible to everyone inorder no body no longer able to reach your SSID by setting up basic setting which is transparent to everyone.
5) And lastly change the default user and password of your AP.
Posted on Nov 24, 2007
My nephue has the same problem i told him to junk it and get a diffrent brand. He did and now he has no problem with the internet. Also I just tried to install it on my PC but all I get is a 10 seconds of internet then it does not connect after that. Thats why I was looking for any info on this problem.
Posted on May 06, 2008
SOURCE: dlink 2100 ap
If you default the unit, does it still reboot?
If so, it looks like the unit is faultly.
If not, you might have a IP conflict, or channel problem. Check the two units are on the same channel, but have differant IP address.
Posted on May 09, 2008
Ok I have a new ee with linux and had all the above problems. Geek at best buy helped me understand that linux doesn't do things automatically the way windows soft ware does. It gets confused easily! Since learning to think differently and not expect things to happen automatically I've had NO problem! For starter delete every network you can in the network icon. Have it be blank. Then choose one of the wireless available and I bet you'll get on. Always go to the network icon to reconnect to an network you've used before, if you choose it from the wireless available you will start a new connection, the linux doesn't know which one to use and you see pending - not knowing why it worked once and now today you cant get on. Bottom line, until you learn to think like this operating system just delete all the networks each time, and then connect. Over time you'll learn more.........
Posted on Aug 07, 2008
please if u have a switch for the wifi connection on your laptop please put it on and should see the wifi on your taskbar also please check in controll panel then go to my network connections and see the wifi resides there if yes just right click and enable if not ther check device manager and check for nework devices if the wifi is enable and installed ...if not please installed by right clicking on it and using reinstall..
please let me know what happens
Posted on Jan 24, 2009
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