Question about D-Link RangeBooster G WBR-2310 Wireless Router (WBR2310)
I have a wireless Compaq laptop with Windows Vista, After sleep mode (or turning off) it loses the IP address, It will connect only to the local wireless network. I have automatically obtain IP/DNS on. I have tried disconnecting and reconnecting to the network. The only way I can get it back is to unplug router/reboot modem. I did see other posting regarding sleep mode and Windows Vista problems, but no clear solution. Any ideas? Thanks
I have a dlink product and the first thing I noticed about it was it was extremely unpredictable until I finally got it to a location where there was plenty of free moving air, and it's quiescent operating temperature could come down about ten or so degrees F. But it was not a problem that timed out with anything the PC was doing. An easy way to find out may be next time it happens, find a way to cool the innerds, (I sucked cool air through it and it would just start working again) If you blow, it may get moisture and warmer air in it. Who knows. What do you have to lose... unless a neighbor sees this activity thru a window!!!
Posted on Jan 25, 2008
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