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This Utility program will help you locate few details of your network like :
1. SSID ( network name ) 2. WEP/WPA Key ( Your network security key ) 3. The PC/Laptop IP Address 4. Router IP address 5. Which all Devices are connected to your Router/Network Wireless 6. Which all Network are available nearby your place 7. Let you access the Router Configuration
Click here to Download the HP Network Diagnostic Utility Download the file on Desktop and Run the program ( Ex. File name = HPNDU.EXE )
Follow the Instructions on the Screen and do accordingly
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if it is working but intermittently most probably you may need to update your routers firmware online... go into your routers GUI " Graphical User Interface settigns page there should be an option for you to update the routers firmware... also try calling the routers manufacturer give them what model your router is for them to check and give you info if there are updates available for the specific router you have. if it connects it is ok it it gives an error something is incorrect in the settings.
If you have Wireless MAC Filter Enabled on the Router then Either ADD the Wireless MAC Address of the Wii on the router or disable the Wireless MAC Filter on the router, also check the level of the Wireless Security supported by the Wii and accordingly set it up on the Router.
Look carefully at the label and the firmware installed in your router. The 1.02.5 is listed for 5 and 6 only and version 8 is for 8 only. There is no 7 listed, so it was either a special run or there is just no firmware upgrade for it yet. It must have been perfect :-)
Well to be honest. The reason you keep having the problem is because your router resets itself every few hours. If your routers firmware was already updated by LInskys support and the same thing happens then you will indeed need a new router. Newer models and even the one that you have are all reliable the only problem in your case is most likely wear and tear. You have had it for a few years now hence most likely its degraded to a point that it resets itself which causes your problems so yes i would suggest you get a new one. YOu can get the latest WRT54G V8