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D-Link Wireless Router Response Time

Respone time has recently gotten poor when utilizing wireless cards but fine when wired directly.

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Re: D-Link Wireless Router Response Time

Make sure you have the latest firmware version, then back up your current password settings and username etc, do a hard reset of your router and input the settings again from the back up and see if there is any change in the performance, but make sure you have a signal of no less than 24mbps ortherwise pages will not load, the reason for good connection via cable is you get a guaranteed 100mbps connection to the router. 

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Have 2 computer's in home, on will link t network, other will not even bring up network when attemptingto get on internet via router


Usually under these circumstances, one of your computers may not have a compatible wireless network card. An example would be if your computer has a Wireless G Network Card and your router is Wireless N, you might run into problems. You can try reinstalling the drivers for your Network Card. You can also go to the Linksys website and install the installation utility to set up the connection from scratch again.

The router itself is fine, it's the wireless card in your computer that isn't finding the router.

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My D-link seems not to be stable in connection to internets

Connectivity issues:

Network adapter power settings:

The first thing you'll want to do to prevent your wireless connection from dropping is to see if your computer is managing your wireless card's power. It may be instructed to shut off your wireless connectivity after a certain amount of idle time goes by. If you have system specific utilities, such as Dell's Quickset, make sure that the wireless power management isn't set to shut off the card if your computer is idle for a certain period of time. Second you'll want to check the settings on your wireless card via your device manager. In Windows XP

  • Right-click on "My Computer" and select "Properties"
  • Select "Hardware" and click on "Device Manager"
  • Find your wireless card under "Network adapters" and double-click it.
  • Verify that there aren't any auto power management settings enabled that might be shutting your card down prematurely

Adjust your wireless router settings

  • Lower the MTU (Maximum Transmission Unit) from 1500 to 1492 or less (usually found on your router

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I have a linksys WRT120 connected to my home network. I have one computer "wired" directly to the router and one wirelessly connected with WPA2 security. Last week i was having connection issues with the...

I'd suggest that you reset the Router to its default factory settings. After doing so, when opening a browser, you should be prompted to initiate the setup wizard. Once set up I recommend checking for any recent firmware updates.

On the WRT120 the Reset button is located on the
right side of the product label. There are two
ways to reset the Router to its factory defaults.
a) Either press and hold the Reset button for
approximately five seconds.
b) Log into your router and restore the
defaults from the (Administration > Factory
Defaults) screen of the Router’s browser‑based

Check out the Linksys Support Page for your router.

I hope this helps!
Good luck and Please rate :)

Jul 30, 2010 | Linksys WRT120N Router

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Have a wireless network through netgear WGR614 v6 working fine with 2 old ibm/toshiba laptops with vista and an acer on ethernet recently bought a new hp laptop with windows 7. This laptop gets very...

check if the laptop has wireless utility other than the built in windows wireless. (example intel proset wireless). if yes, uninstall the wireless utility and Update the wireless driver of your laptop by downloading the latest driver from ho web site.

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The router has #3 link/act lighted up (LAN) and when i connect to internet with router it says limited connectivity, but internet works fine with modem?

I assume you are getting this on your wireless connection.
Sometime you get this message because the computer's wireless card didn't get a issued with an IP address from the wireless router when you opened the browser. This can occur when you power up both the computer and the router at the same time, but the router had not finished booting up in time to issue an IP address to the computer.
You can right click on the wireless icon on the Task Bar and then click Repair, this will force the wireless router to issue a new IP address to the wireless card. When the wireless card gets an IP address then you can access the Internet.

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Unable to login to Yahoomail using Wireless router

pls check the cmos battery is weak or u r system date and time is perfecte if it is not porper pls change to original date and time. u r internet browser is mozilla it will show the caution

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Problem maintaining wireless signal

Changing channel wont help,you should use specific ip setting then automatic ip setting

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Range is very poor

You need to change the wireless channel of the router. Access the router's setup page through, no username, password is admin. Go to wireless tab, Select Manual Setup, change the Radio band from auto to Wide Range. Also change the Wireless network name to a different name then click on save settings at the bottom. Power cycle the router, unplug it for about 30 sec then plug it back in.

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Intermittent Enabling

First you can try to uninstall and reinstall the driver of the wireless adapter on that desktop. Unplug and re-plug the wireless card. If it is a wireless PCI card, make sure the antenna is tightly screwed on. Install just the driver of the wireless card and not the utility/software that came with it. You can also try to change the channel on the wireless router by going to the router's user interface. If you're on channel 6, choose channel 11 and save the settings. Then power cycle the router, unplug the power for 30 seconds then plug it back in. Check now if you can connect wireless.

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Slow connection

Your slow connection could be affected by poor location wireless router (therefore poor signal strength), electrical interference, or even someone else with a wireless router transmitting on the same channel as your wireless router.
Try relocating your router away from solid walls, and/or move your computer or router to another location.
If your connection speed varies, could be electrical interference with appliance/s in your house, turn off all appliances, test your internet speed connecting then turn on one appliance at a time to determine which appliance is at fault (could have a faulty capacitor in the appliance)

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