I have been using more than four Zyxel B-5000 wireless access point but from last week some problems start...
First,the Access Point was not availabla but i come to realize that when i connect Adapter for the Outdoor Unit of that Zyxel B-5000,the adapter went off.I thought its adapter's problem so i decide to use another adapter but the problem persist.I also try to use the same adapter [that goes off] for connection with another working ODU and it works well...so i conferm that adapter must be okey!
Please,youre help coz this happen for the second pair of Zyxel B-5000 and i try googling with no success.
Re: Adapter goes off when i connect Zyxel B-5000 ODU
If you go to start then run and then type in that box cmd. Another page should open that has a black backround with white text. This is what DOS looks like. If you type in there ipconfig and no 192.168.0. If you don't see any 192.whatvever come up then I'm sorry to say it's your router. This happened to me recently.If not there it could be something simple like the ethernet cable, but I do think it's the router
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try puuting the wireless access point on the middle and atleast 5 ft of the ground this will increase your signal slightly also make sure that there is no cordless phone especially the base near the wireless access point.
It is not compatible at all wifi is a wireless connection and you are adding another device called zyxel it is like i have adsl unlimited and am adding a new connection with adsl normal of course it will go down not same speed at all wifi connection is 54 mbps normal speed where as zyxel is too slow with only 10 mbps
Check if any access list is set on router and disable it OR add your new PC MAC address to it. Connect last PC to router using LAN cable: Be sure you can browse internet.check your subnet if you cannot. Score this solution and let know if is fixing the issue.
First many current PC models have switches to power on the wireless feature. Do you have one of those and did you power on the wireless.
Second wireless devices communicate on four different bands A, B, G, N. Some devices support multiple bands. Does your wireless router/access point (maybe a Zytel p660HW-D1 from above) support at least one of same bands as your laptop built-in or purchased wireless adapter? If you do not know post the manufacturer of the wireless router/access point, laptop if the wireless is built-in or wireless adapter if it is a separate device and I will check that for you.
A couple of questions to gather more information:
On what platform are you using the wireless adapter, a laptop or a desktop PC?
What brand/model or motherboard?
If it is a laptop, is it built-in, USB or PCM-CIA card?
If it is a desktop, USB external or PCI add-in card?
What is the brand/model of the wireless adapter?
What is your OS?
Are you using Windows Wireless Network Configuration Utility or a third party/wireless adapter manufacturer client/utility program?
Have you tried NetStubler to verify if your wifi card is receiving something?
Post back then we can start figuring things out.
OK often it's the XP Zero Configuration service, try disabling that and it may be better... also get the latest driver updates... Often just to disable and re-enable the wifi adapter sometimes in network connections, brings it back without a reboot too.