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Old 05-28-2007, 04:23 PM
fredBH
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Default TrendNet TEW 432BRP dropping connection

Hi everyone !

I have a 432rbp sharing internet to 5 notebooks with a speedstrem 5200
connection.
No 2.4ghz phone and no microwave near...
The problem: there are too many drops....
My notebook connect drops many times in a day...
If a connect trough cabe, it drop less than wireless, but still have
drops...
I just tried changing channel without success...

What can be happens ?

Thx for all
Bye.


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Old 05-28-2007, 10:07 PM
Jeff Liebermann
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Default Re: TrendNet TEW 432BRP dropping connection

fredBH <fredbh@gmail.com> hath wroth:

>I have a 432rbp sharing internet to 5 notebooks with a speedstrem 5200
>connection.
>No 2.4ghz phone and no microwave near...
>The problem: there are too many drops....
>My notebook connect drops many times in a day...
>If a connect trough cabe, it drop less than wireless, but still have
>drops...
>I just tried changing channel without success...
>What can be happens ?


Well, there are several possibilities.
It could be your TrendNet TEW-432BRP needs a firmware update. Check
the Trendnet web pile.
<http://www.trendnet.com/downloads/info/tew-432brp.htm>

Another possibility is that you're still getting some intererence. If
you're in an RF polluted environment, changing channels may not be
sufficient. See:
<http://wireless.wikia.com/wiki/Wi-Fi#Interference>
for a laundry list of possible sources of interference.

The TEW-432BRP might be defective. Try a different wireless router
and see if that fixes the problem.

However, the fact that you're also getting dropouts from your DSL
connection via ethernet, as well as via wireless, indicates that the
problem is probably NOT the wireless connection. The Speedstream 5200
has some built in diagnostics that should show something. Note that
there are also firmware updates for the 5200:
http://www.dslreports.com/faq/10197

Incidentally, the repeat feature on your "period" key appears to be
sticking. You might want to clean the crud out from under the key.

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