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William Nyarumbu Posted on Jun 14, 2007

Trednet Access Point keeps dropping Network connection

I have a trednet access point which keeps dropping from the network often. I thought it was an issue of the access point connecting via a hub and moved it to connect via a switch but it is still giving the same problem.

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Trednets are know to do this if you have another wireless component close or next to the device. Do you have any 2.4ghz phones? Cell phones? Other wireless devices? If you have not tried yet, Try switching the channel on the access point. If its not a channel issue, try getting new firmware and test the signal strenth with a wireless sniffer such as Net Stumbler

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Can't get better than 54 mbps in datat rate with this device

guilty1178,

The Access Point, or whatever you are connecting to, must also support "N" wireless (~300Mbps); otherwise, the connection speed will be the "lowest common" connection speed, which in this case is "G" (54Mvps).

Note that if a "B" device, such as an older laptop, connects to the Access Point, the Access Point will drop down to 12Mbps for all connections! (Yes, twelve megabits per second).

You will have to replace the Access Point, or connect to an "N" Access Point if you are on a network with several AP's.

-Gort.
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Hi!i have a problem with my trednet tew-423pi card. the installation went fine, found the network (open network of the building), connected to it (even if it took a while to aquire IP) worked for a bit and...

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(Work this one out) My access point works but I have never been able to set security settings on interrogate it.

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The following items are generally required to set up to connect to a network.
  • A WLAN access point or a wireless broadband router
  • Settings for the access point (SSID, WEP key, WPA key, etc. as specified when the access point was configured)
  • A network device, such as an ADSL/DSL modem or a cable modem.
  • An account with an Internet service provider
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  • An access point is a device used to connect wirelessly to a network.
  • A router is necessary if a PC and the PSP™ system will be connected to the Internet at the same time. A router is a device that enables multiple devices to be connected to one Internet line.
  • SSID, WEP and WPA keys are types of wireless network information. This information may be required when connecting to an access point or a router.
  • User is responsible for Internet service fees.
Example of a network configuration Network equipment connection and setup methods vary depending on the equipment used.

require001.gif Common settings hr1.gif You can create network settings for use in connecting to the Internet through an access point and save them on the PSP™ system. You can save up to 10 connections.
Setting methods may vary depending on usage conditions. The following is an example of commonly used settings.
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Check that the settings for the access point have been completed.
Check that there is an access point connected to a network with Internet service near the PSP™ system. Settings for the access point are typically set using a PC. For details, contact the person who set up or maintains the access point.
2.
Select in_networkset.gif (Network Settings) under in_setting.gif (Settings).
3.
Select [Infrastructure Mode].
4.
Select [New Connection].
5.
Select [Scan].
The system searches for nearby access points.
Depending on the model of PSP™ system in use, you may have the option [Automatic]. Select [Automatic] when using an access point that supports automatic setup. If you follow the on-screen instructions, the necessary settings will be completed automatically. For information on access points that support automatic setup, contact your local retailer.
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Select the access point that you want to use.
SSID is an identifier assigned to an access point. If you do not know the SSID or the SSID is not displayed, contact the person who set up or maintains the access point.
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Select the type of security that you will use.
The type of security settings required vary depending on the access point. For details on what type to use, contact the person who set up or maintains the access point.
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Enter the encryption key for the security settings.
The encryption key field displays eight asterisks no matter how many characters you enter as the key. For information on the encryption key, contact the person who set up or maintains the access point.
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Select [Easy].
Basic settings are set automatically.
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Enter a name for the connection.
You can choose any name for the connection.
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Check the list of settings.
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Save the settings.
13.
Test the connection.
If you select [Test Connection], the system will connect to the selected access point.
14.
Confirm the connection test results.
If the connection is successful, information about the network connection is displayed.
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  • If the connection test fails, follow the on-screen instructions to check the settings. Network settings for the connection can be changed from the options menu. For additional information, refer to the instructions supplied with the network device and by your Internet service provider.
  • Depending on the access point settings, you may need to enter the system's MAC address to connect to the network. The system's MAC address can be checked under in_setting.gif (Settings) > in_pspset.gif (System Settings) > [System Information].

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