TM-802G unit, new in retail box. Drivers load fine on Win2K, unit powers up & connects to AP. But no matter how strong the connection (B or G freq.) it never transmits above 1mbs. I've tried the unit at several sites & on several wireless APs w/ the same results.
Tekram website has no info or updated drivers on their site.
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The problem by doing this is that not all Parallel to USB cables work right out of the box with your equipment.
What you need to do first is make sure that your computer sees the device through the cable. Then when it prompts you for the drivers for the printer install the driver set (parallel) the connection should not matter at this point. However the step of the computer detecting the device first is very important.
You must hook these particular items up in a specific sequence. First power down both the modem and the router, only connect the modem to the isp until all appropriate lights on on. Next plug cat 5 to router where it is labeled internet or wan if neither label then to #1. until alights come up on router. Hope this helps.
Can you turn down the transmit power, or lock a certain data rate, on the client card? Doing either of those things should initiate a roam more quickly. Do you have any control of the infrastructure configuration? You can lock the datarates on the AP's to achieve the same effet, though it may have adverse effects on other client devices.
For that you have to change channel type in wireless settings of router. For that connect your router to computer with ethernet cable. Then you can access it with following link. http://192.168.1.1 or http://192.168.0.1 type user as "admin" or blank or "password" then click on wireless then change channel type to 4 ,6 or 11.Set 1 b y 1 and set which give best speeed. channel type then save and restart router. Let me know if you need further assistance. thanks.
The ELD unit or Electrical Load Detector functions to monitor and regulate the output of the alternator. The ELD is located in the fuse box under the hood near the battery. It's a (typically) red rectangular box.
If the ELD unit is malfunctioning, it is very possible that it is preventing the alternator from putting out a charge. I do not know of a way to test it, other than to replace it.
Just to make sure, first check all battery connections, including the engine ground, for corrosion. All terminals and wires should be super clean, in order to rule out such a simple matter of a poor connection (this is very common). Also , make sure the power wires going into the fuse box and the ELD socket are free of corrosion.
I hope this helps. Good Luck!
1. All of your AP should given access to roaming devices, for this all of your AP are should connected with each other. 2. WiFi chennal for your device should be same for all AP. 3. Configure 802.11b or 11Mbps speed on devices.