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Losing network connectivity after about 24 hours.

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  • Wireless Networking
Last response: in Wireless Networking
August 7, 2003 1:27:54 PM

I have a netgear mr814 wireless router, and I have a linksys usb adapter, and a netgear ma101 that I have both tried on the same machine. After I leave my pc on all night downloading etc, I wake up and have no connection. I see that I am not connected to my wireless router, so I try and connect and it fails. I reboot, and 9 times out of 10 I am back online, the other time I have to reboot the router.

My network connections has an internet gateway when I am online, a wireless connection, 2 1324 adapters and one network bridge. I am using the asus deluxe board which has two built in nics that I have disabled. Thanks for any insight.

To save some time I should point out I have the latest firmware for the router, and as far as I know the latest usb drivers for my adapters. I can't help but feel that the majority of my problems is a setting or something I have overlooked.

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August 8, 2003 11:55:20 PM

you should have bought linksys and then used this

WSB24 Wireless Signal Booster, 802.11b

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Platform: PC
Communication Type: Radio Frequency (RF)
Protocols: IEEE 802.11b


Port Connectors: Ethernet - RJ45 Twisted-Pair (XBaseT)


System Requirements: One Linksys 802.11b Access Point(such as the WAP11 or BEFW11S4)

In the Box: One Wireless Signal Booster
Setup diagram (printed)
Registration card
Two RP SMA to RP TNC connection cables
Power Adapter


Height: 2.48 in
Width: 7.32 in
Depth: 6.10 in
Weight: 1.87 lbs
August 11, 2003 8:07:31 PM

I changed the channel to 1 and its been running for 4 or 5 days now. Thanks for the input though, Ill save the money and just use this other channel.