I have a Zyxel G-5100 Access Point installed, and periodically the connection to the device is lost. When this happens, I can't connect via the web-interface or ping the device. When I turn the device off and on again, it works for a while again.
I have enabled logging and it is set up to send email when an error occures, but I never get an email after an error. Also, when I login to the web-interface after a restart, the log is empty, so there's no indication of what the problem is.
I have recently gone through the process of setting up a wireless network in my home and I found that a lot of routers and access points 9especially in the wireless N and MIMO categories) have that same problem. Are you trying to go with wireless N? If so then you must be careful what you buy because cross brand connections are not always compatible and also most N routers on the market today do things like drop the connection for no reason. I would recommend the apple airport if you are looking for a good router in the N category. I know they are expensive, but after trying out 5 different routers including all the top brands, I came across the airport and haven't had a problem since. This issue you are having is likely a problem with the router itself.
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OK here's the user guide. Page 33.
The problem is going to be if your wireless source for the AP's connection will allow an access point to attach to it.
You also have to remember that the AP is considered an attached device by the main router. That means no NAT, no DHCP, no nothing from the AP but a relay of the main router. It has to be on the same IP address level. If you follow the instructions to the letter it should work.
Initial Set-Up Plug your wireless router into the cable connection in your wall. Plug the connection cord into the "WAN" port on the router. Plug the router's power source into the wall and turn the router on.Connect your wireless access point to your router by pushing one end of an Ethernet cord into the WAP. Push the other end of the Ethernet cord into the "LAN" port on the router. The WAP connects your wireless devices to your router. Connect your laptop or computer to the WAP. Click the "Start" button on your computer and then click "Control Panel." Click "Network and Internet" and then select "Network and Sharing Center." The "Network and Sharing Center" window opens. Click "Set up a wireless router or access point." Click the "Next" button. Follow the prompts to create a wireless pass phrase or security key. Write the key down in a safe location to ensure access later, if required.
You can RESET it with RESET button you can find RESET button in back side of router . Press and hold it for 10 seconds so all settings are defaults. Then you can access your router with default link http://192.168.1.1 or http://192.168.0.1 then configure again and enable WEP security . If you want more info about configuration of router check my trick on below link. Click here
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It is not compatible at all wifi is a wireless connection and you are adding another device called zyxel it is like i have adsl unlimited and am adding a new connection with adsl normal of course it will go down not same speed at all wifi connection is 54 mbps normal speed where as zyxel is too slow with only 10 mbps
you not configure the access point rightly so re-configure properly and give the mac address properly. one more thing go for tp-link product 501 access point in that one option is ther universesal repeater the just cilck it then give the survey then you get the your modem or router connection then connect then enjoy that only.
What are you trying to connect your USB wireless device to? Is it to a wireless hot spot? or to a Wireless Access Point/Router? When you find a connection, what is the signal strength? I assume you have configured your Access Point correctly as well as making it secure. You should connect a computer to the Access Point using a network 10BaseT cable to check the Access Point configuration, especially the wireless configuration.
If you are trying to connect to a wireless Access Point and you have a weak signal, move your computer closer to the Access Point or move the Access Point to a better and higher location to give you a better wireless coverage. Note, walls can affect the wireless signals between the Access Point and the wireless network card and wireless USB device, especially reinforced concrete walls.
First many current PC models have switches to power on the wireless feature. Do you have one of those and did you power on the wireless.
Second wireless devices communicate on four different bands A, B, G, N. Some devices support multiple bands. Does your wireless router/access point (maybe a Zytel p660HW-D1 from above) support at least one of same bands as your laptop built-in or purchased wireless adapter? If you do not know post the manufacturer of the wireless router/access point, laptop if the wireless is built-in or wireless adapter if it is a separate device and I will check that for you.
This link is for the G1000 but i imagine the same principal only difference being your is 802.11b and the other 802.11g