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Connecting to wireless network

Using the dlink dwl-g630 to connect to sons dlink 1310 wpa network.  I can only connect with using static ip address.  When i do connect its for 8 seconds then disconnects and the cycle repeats. When obtaining an IP automatically it just cycles through aquiring an address, we never connect.

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Re: connecting to wireless network

I too am having an issue with the D-Link DWL G630 card. I am tyring to connect to a D-Link 615 AP. My previous D-Link router died and I recently purchased the 615 and it worked fine with my Inspiron laptops using WPA2-Personal/TKIP-AES encryption.on built-in Intel 2915 mini-pci cards. Well I got a couple of old latitude LS systems for the kids and stuck in a couple of the DWL G630 cards. The only way they work is if I turn off encryption on the AP (I don't want to do this). The tech support guy at D-Link said this is the only way to make it work -- I'm not believing that. Any ideas?

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Re: connecting to wireless network


Offhand, I am getting the impression that either way (static or auto), the AP is the one responsible for disconnecting or refusing you. One reason is that you do not have permission to join the network or there is a security key that you need to be able to access.

A couple of clarifying queries pls:
1. Which configuration utility are you using for the G630, D-Links or Windows built-in?
2. Which security method is the "sons dlink 1310 wpa network" using WEP, WPA or MAC filter?
3. Have you tried different hardware configuration/settings for the 630 such as Auto Power Save, Power Management, Authentication Algorithm, Passive Scan Dwell Time, others?
4. Can you access the webbased interface config utility of the 1310 router?

Pls post back and then we can start figuring things out.

Good luck and kind regards.

Posted on Oct 12, 2007

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