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Need help with home wireless router connection to my smartphone

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  • Internet Service Providers
  • Smartphones
  • Wireless Network
  • Laptops
  • Connection
  • Wireless Router
Last response: in Wireless Networking
May 5, 2013 9:13:24 AM

I have an issue with my router or perhaps my smartphone , I really don't know which one of them are responsable for this.

The thing is I have a DHCP connection from my ISP and when I turn on the laptop I need to authentificate in a litlle program called "Authorize Client" just with a password , not with a username too. It is not like the PPPoE connection when you get a username and password.

The internet works pretty well on the laptop and on the smartphone too , but when I turn off the laptop and remain just with the smartphone connected to my wireless router , after 15-20 min the connection drops.

Despite the fact that the connection drops my smartphone is still connected to the wireless router but I can't navigate the web or do anything that requires data transfer through wireless.

I think the issue could be that "Authorize Client" because when I turn off the laptop this "Authorize Client" shuts down.

Can anyone tell me how can I do the settings for the router for my wireless connection to work on the smartphone without turning on the laptop?

I would really apreciatte if someone could really help me.

More about : home wireless router connection smartphone

May 5, 2013 9:23:30 AM

You can log on to your router itself with the laptop & check the settings or download your router model brand's "utility" program & check that way. Probably a sleep "default" option.
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May 5, 2013 9:45:43 AM

ur6beersaway said:
You can log on to your router itself with the laptop & check the settings or download your router model brand's "utility" program & check that way. Probably a sleep "default" option.


Can you be more precise please, because I really don't understand what should I'll do.

I almost forgot to say that this program called "Authorize Client" is from my ISP not from the router itself.

I would appreciatte if you tell me more detailed things about what you said earlier.

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