Toshiba satellite L675D-S7100 will not stay connected to AT&T UVERSE wi-fi
I previously had AT&T DSL internet service and had no connection issues, other than the fact that 3MB DSL is useless. I just had the service switched to 6MB AT&T UVERSE and my laptop constantly loses wi-fi connection. It will connect, almost immediately disconnect, then connect again over and over. Cell phones and wireless DVR for TV do not seem to have a problem with the wi-fi staying connected.
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Does the non wifi modem give out DHCP addresses?
Can the wifi modem be set up to receive it's IP address from DHCP?
If the answer to both these questions is Yes then that's what to do as a first step. Make sure the wifi modem DHCP service is disabled as it must NOT give out DHCP addresses.
Connect the ethernet port of the non wifi modem to one of the LAN ports of the wifi modem and NOT the DSL/WAN port. The wifi modem is not participating in any DSL connectivity at all so it's DSL light will remain off. The non wifi modem is doing the DSL duty so it's DSL light should be correctly illuminated.
http://us.toshiba.com/computers/laptops/satellite/L670/L675D-S7107/ is the link for the s7107 and http://us.toshiba.com/computers/laptops/satellite/L670/L675D-S7100/ for the s7100
the s7107 is better out of the two because of the better processor and it has a blu ray drive BUT if you dont need the blu ray drive save the 120 dollar difference and get the s7100 as for the price difference you wont notice much if any difference in speed with the processor also on the right of the page look at the ones near the bottom that have the intel i3m processor for around the same price its much better
hi. do these works and your problem will be solved: 1- click on "windows start button" and click on "Control Panel" then go to "Network and Sharing Center". 2- when the "Network Connection" opens, Right-click on your wireless connection icon. 3- choose enable option.
There must be DSL Spliter inbetween telephone line & Wi-fi modem. Please check whether you have connected telephone instrument line with that Spliter or not. According to me, Telephone instrument should connect to telephone line option on DSL Splitter to use same telephone line as internet as well Telephone.
Error Code: 91010
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