I am using a Belkin wireless N-router and a Dell 1505 n Mini-card. This is a new laptop and I don't know squat about computers.
I am having issues with my wireless connection. Every time I restart my computer the wireless network assistant tells me there is an issue with the Table Router and I need to restart my computer. My connection is listed as "limited connectivity" but the signal is strong. My connection security is set to WPA. If I change the encryption type the connection works just fine. It doesn't matter if I booted the computer with an AES encryption or TKIP set, all I need to do is change it to the other and it connects without a problem.
Any ideas on how to fix this so I don't have to mess with the security settings every time I start the computer?
I've just installed a wireless Linksys WRT54GL v.4.30.11 to my cable modem and desktop via ethernet cables. All works well with the wired connections. My Toshiba A75 wireless laptop connects to my new home wireless network, BUT shows "Limited or no connectivity" (but connects fine at the library and other hot spots). I've done the <run><ipconfig/release> and <ipconfig/renew>, and I still get a "bad" ip address, 169.254. . . I've tried "repair", I've disabled virus and fire wall on the laptop, and still no/limited connectivity. I'm thinking the solution is back in the WRT54GL wireless setup somewhere, but can't seem to find - any suggestions? (OS is Windows XP)