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Configuration is not stored

Dear All, On my WRC-1000 which has not been used for a few years, I am not able to store the settings. Every time I change something in the Wireless LAN settings it does not accept the changes (after a refresh the old setting appear). I am not able to configure the Wireless security settings. What did I do so far: I have reloaded the default settings, upgraded the firmware to the latest version, did a full reset, tried all sort of combinations but without success. Some setting I can change and other I can't. To me it looks that there is something wrong with the (flash)memory where the settings are stored, perhaps the memory is damaged? If anyone can help me out with a schematic of the unit so I can perhaps exchange the memory. Also any other help is welcome. Thanx in advance.

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  • WRC-user Sep 20, 2007

    IT WORKS!!

    Thanks a lot for that. It never came to me that before I was only using Explorer and now mainly Firefox.

    I was not far from skipping the unit cause I thought it was unusable.

    Now after config it works like a clock.

    Thanks again, problem solved.

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Hi there, I've been encountering the same problem. Are you using Firefox by any chance? I switched to Explorer and all of a sudden the WRC-1000 would save and update the settings. I couldn't change anything using Firefox and it would default back to the same settings as you described.

Posted on Sep 11, 2007

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