Question about IBM ThinkPad T43 Notebook
I have a D-Link DWA-3200 Wireless Gateway router using a static ip address connected to a cable modem which has the same static IP. I have 2 d-link dwa-3200 access points, one connected wired to the router and the other is on the floor above. The one on the floor above is not connected hard wired, it picks up the wireless signal. What could cause the intermittent signal that people are getting as they use the wifi? I tried switching channels, but when I unplug the cable modem, router, and two access points then reconnect them in this order: cable modem, router, then access points, it works fine for a while. I have a feeling it may be something with the amount of bandwidth - people using it. It is in a public library
First make sure you have the latest update for your bios and wireless device, your os is probably non preload so clean any access connections utility provided by ibm, rather than using the ibm thinkvantage access connection make sure to use the windows own utility to control the wireless device
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possible issue with freequent connection loss when going over 2 comp on a network are possible issues of collisions on the network meaning that sometimes more often then not, it is possible for two comp to end up recieving same ip address fr modem.
solution: first find out ip range supplied by the router in modem. then statically assign ip address to each comp
this is done by going into tcp/ip properties of either nic or wireless card and set to use following ex
NOTE: IP RANGE USUALLY LAST SET OF NUMBERS IN IP ADDRESSING TIPPICAL RANGE IS BETWEEN 10 TO 99
ip address: 192.168.2.12 (static ip address for computer)
subnetmask: 255.255.255.254 (generic subnetmask)
default gateway: 192.168.2.1 (ip address of router)
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