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Here is the link to the D-Link website: http://www.dlink.com/products/default.aspx?pid=DHP-307AV&tab=3
I would suggest downloading and updating the firmware for the device(s). Also, because it is expanding the wireless reach of your router via electrical wiring, any interference may inhibit the correct functioning of the system. I would suggest you try connecting to your wireless without the powerlines active to ensure it is not a faulty router or wireless card. If it still does not work with the powerlines deactivated, you may need to look into getting a new router or wireless adapter.
Hello, the 100Mbps connection is to your router and not to the Internet. that means you can copy with a speed of 100Mbps(theoretically) between computers in YOUR network. You can test your Internet speed on www.speedtest.net, choose a nearby test point. If you paying for 2mbps and only getting 0.15 I suggest that you contact your Internet Provider because its very low if you paying for 2mbps.
rollback your drivers or else restore your computer ... for restoring your pc go to start/allprograms/accessories/system tools/ system restore .. in that select the bold date i.e., when ur pc worked fine and then click next .. thats it ..your problem is solved ..
There's possibility that the network (router/modem/switch) you're trying to connect has limit to up to 10 Mbps only. Or it can be that the current LinkSpeed of the Ethernet adapter might be forced to 10 Mbps. Do the following to check this setting:
Go to Control Panel> Network Connections.
On Network Connections, look for Local Area Connection (for the D-Link adapter). Right click it then go to Properties.
On Properties window, click Configure button.
On the next window, go to Advanced tab.
Look for Media Type, Connection Type, or LinkSpeed and Duplex Mode.
If the value is set to Auto Negotiation/ Auto/ AutoSense, try to force it to 100 Mbps.
The LAN pc card on you laptop is not recognizing the connection to the router that's why you are getting an erro saying cable is unpluggged. Try to user a different ethernet cable or try the laptop to the modem check if you will still get the same error so that we'll know if its a fault with the lan card or if it's just with the cable.
What is the network adapter connected to - a modem or a router?
Is there any other computer or device that is connected to that modem or router and is able to acquire an ip address?
This would generally happen when the network adapter is not able to automatically negotiate with the connected device (which might have 10/100 ethernet ports).
You can resolve this by forcing the network adapter speed to, for instance, 100 mbps.
Please revert back with further observations.