I have an ASUS x54c running 64 bit windows7, I took my computer in to be repaired (it wouldn't charge properly) and when I got it back it wouldn't connect to the internet. It just says not connected with a big red X on it. The networ adapter is Atheros AR9285, I've tried running the built in diagnostics but with no results.
i have a samsung N130 with an Atheros AR9285, a few months ago everything was working fine, suddenly i was disconnected, and i couldn't find any wi-fi connection. i tried system restore, installing the latest drivers, nothing is solving the problem. The wireless chip is working properly according to windows device manager.
Using a D-link usb dongle i could find wireless networks and connect to the internet.
The laptops are supposed to be compatible with CCXv5 program, but in WLC (and two controllers CT-5508) the client is not seen as CCX client compatible !
So roaming is bad. Even with a very good and dense wifi coverage (no coverage hole detected), because the laptop still stay associated with a far AP (until -90dbm), instead of roaming with the nearests APs (-40dbm !!)
I have Lenovo laptop and my internet works just fine when the cable is connected but Wifi does not work. It shows that i have excellent signal on the side but it just wont connect. When i type in password it says " Windows cannot connect to XYZ ". I use Windows 7 and my wireless network adapter is Atheros AR9285.
C:UsersMY>IPCONFIG/ALL Windows IP Configuration Host Name . . . . . . . . . . . . : MY-PC
This past weekend I went out of town and took my Windows 7 laptop with me -- since I returned home, it has been unable to connect to my wireless network. Other devices in my home connect to the network just fine, and the problem laptop has always been fine until now. My network card is an Atheros AR9285, and I'm attempting to connect to a Medialink router with WPA password protection and AES encryption.My wireless network icon in the task bar has a yellow sign with an exclamation point in it. It says "No Internet access."
Last night, I lost my NetFlix connection. It was no biggy, I just restarted the Cheers episode that I had been watching. This morning, I checked the DIR-655 log and the following is what I had found (date and times aren't accurate).
May 24 03:22:33 info [1076865.190000] device br0 left promiscuous mode May 24 03:22:29 info [1076861.620000] device br0 entered promiscuous mode May 24 03:20:20 info [1076732.020000] device br0 left promiscuous mode May 24 03:20:16 info [1076728.140000] device br0 entered promiscuous mode May 24 01:45:42 info [1071054.590000] device br0 left promiscuous mode
Promiscuous Mode is usually the result of sniffing according to Wiki. Whatever is promiscuous mode. Also, I don't know what device br0 is. I do have my Brother wireless printer connected to the DIR-655 but it's device name is BRW0022581FB096. I was wireless at the time of connection problem, and the wired computer connected to the DIR-655 had been off.
I've got an issue with my router. The Linksys E1000.In my opinion it supports the Wireless-N mode, so does my wireless lan card which is the Atheros AR5B93 (also known as the Acer Nplify 802.11 b/g/n). When I connect to the router, it only connects in normal wireles mode, so no b,g or n mode. But when I look at the Client Tabel of the router all other devices connected to the router are in Wireless-G mode. Even my laptop doesn't connect in Wireless-G mode.I want to have my laptop connected in Wireless-N mode. What do I have to do, to make this working?
I have a TWC wideband modem and service. I know that they will enable bridge mode if I ask them. My questions are. After they enable it whats my setup? Do I just run a cable from their modem into a new router that I then set up on my own? Is it that simple?
So I have a Windows 2008 R2 SP1 Enterprise Server and a gigabit LAN network card onboard. But it refuses to run at gigabit speed and if forced to it, it just says that network cable is unplugged and doesn't work.
I tried switching to a newer and better motherboard (still with gigabit LAN)I have updated drivers.I have checked cables (which are all cat 6 cables and work just fine with other computers in gigabit LAN mode)I've checked and switched ports on the switch and the switch itself...no change. They work just fine with other non-W2008 machines, they get gigabit LAN
I am completely stomped as to what I can do to fix this. It runs just fine in 100 Mbit mode, but can't in any way get it in gigabit mode.I am completely stomped as to why it refuses...is this a limitation of Windows 2008 or something or is there a fix to this?
under ubuntu 10.10.I have the cable DLC5 Xilinx.The problem is: I do not know how to enable the JTAG mode on the DAP-1160.I understand that I must set a pin on the 147 on the RTL8186. but I have no idea where is on the DAP-160 PCB.
I am trying to get users in the external identity store (AD) to be dropped directly into enable mode after being authenticated, since I don't know of a way to set an enable password for users in an external identity store. I think it has something to do with shell attributes but I'm not realy sure.
So here's what I tried.Linking identity group to external group and provide full command priviliges - enable still didn't work Creating duplicate users in the internal identity store and setting the password type field to AD1 - That gives me the ability to get to the enable password prompt hit enter on the blank promt then prompts for Old and new passwords but fails everytime with an Error in Authentication.
On my 2650 Router it just has only Telnet password.It has no enable mode password set.After reboot it is goes to prompt mode BB.I am unable to go to enable mode .how can i go back to enable mode on this router?
I had configured one access point CAP3602E in flex connect mode through a WLC 5508 after deploying the access point in flex control mode the local mac-filering is not working. before it was working when ap was in local mode. any body have to know is the mac-filtering working in flex-control mode ?
Is there a way to configure a ASA 5500 firewall so that when i access the firewall via SSH, my user is in privileged exec mode immediately after i have entered the log in credentials? So no need to enter "enable" anymore. I know how to do that with a router but couldn't figure it out for the ASA.
My current production network is setup using VTP in Client mode, and I am looking to enable VTP Transparent so I can enable the extended VLANs. My main question would be, would enabling VTP Transparent on my 6509 affect all of the access switches it is connected to? And if so, would changing all of the access switches to VTP Transparent allow them to regain connectivity quickly with little downtime? Or is there another way that I should be handling this situation to enable the extended VLANs?
(5508 WLC, 1142N APs).I understand if I enable the AP mode to Rogue Detector from the details page of the AP, the AP stops accepting requests and is now looking for rogue items on the wired network. Is this the same when I enable Rogue Location Discovery Protocol? Will I lose the wireless functionality of all of my APs on the controller?
Next question, when I look at the Rogue Summary on the Monitoring page I see three Adhoc Rogue devices. When I select the Detail link only one shows. I remember the other two were HP mutifuction devices with WIFI enabled but I cannot retrieve that information anymore.
I am trying to finish a project and i now have a very un-natural networking question, but i figure that this is the correct place to ask it.
Tools: Routing Device = Router. Test App = Creates and Sends Packets through my machine's NIC via NDIS Driver. WAN = Internet. VPN = Connected over WAN.
I am trying to route/forward/nat promiscuous packets "TO" the Internet to finish my project. The packets are not addressed to my routing device, but it must take them and forward them on to a VPN connected over the WAN. The packets are actually created by my NDIS test app. This means that the packets will be generated on my local LAN, but will not contain the MAC or IP of the routing device. So they will only enter my routing device while it is running in a promiscuous mode.. how would you try to route promiscuous packets out to the internet?
When i remove the login local from the line console i connect to console port and press enter it shows router prompt 2691Router> but i am unable to go to enable mode.If i telnet to router then i put username and pw then it goes straight to enable mode.
vty config is
line vty 0 4 exec-timeout 600 0 logging synchronous login local length 500 transport input telnet ssh escape-character 3
Any reasons why i can not go to enable mode by console?
We have a typicaly environment, access, distribution, core, all switches are 6500s.I have a lab environment where machines should not talk to each other, so I think private vlans would be good for this. The problem is that the access connects to the distribution with a 802.1q trunk, while the distribution connects to the core with an 802.1q trunk. See the attached image for reference.
In this case, I would configure the primary vlan (888) on the two access switches, as well as the isolated (886) and the community (887), and set the associations.
vlan 886 name Isolated_PVLAN private-vlan isloated vlan 887 name Community_PVLAN private-vlan community vlan 888 private-vlan primary private-vlan association 886,887 exit
My question is where to I put the promiscuous port? Is it on the uplink between the access and distribution? And If I configure it as I have below, what about the other VLANs that are needed at the access switch? Do they still pass through the trunk as normal, even with the private-vlan configuration? Or would every other VLAN need to be configured as a secondary private-vlan on the promiscuous port?
Laptop is an Asus k53ta-sx122v with windows 7 64 bit. My wireless card - Artheros AR9285, flat out refuses to work.It shows up as 'Not connected' in Network Connections and I've no idea how to get it back working again. Drivers are up to date and anything I've already found by searching hasn't worked.
I've got a HP netbook with an Atheros AR9285 wireless card that will only connect to my router at 75 Mbps. It doesn't matter if its right next to the router or a room away. The router is an E4200 running on mixed mode, auto channel, 2.4 Ghz, but the netbook is usually the only device connected. Or could it be a router configuration (its new)?
I'm using an HP G60 laptop, running Win 7 Pro x64 SP1, fully patched. I'm usually in the home office, connected to a D-Link DIR-615 router (h/w: E3, f/w: 5.10, the latest). The internal Atheros AR9285 N150 wireless adapter has never been as reliable as I'd like, so decided to purchase a USB N300 adapter. I bought a TP-Link model for $10 and started using it. For some reason, it would only connect at 150, unless I ran the router's Web interface and saved the wireless settings, even without a change, at which point I'd see 300 Mbps. However, at the next restart after hibernation, the connection with the DIR-615 would fall back to 150.
I stepped on the TP-Link USB adapter and broke it. Oops. Decided to purchase a D-Link DWA-131 (h/w: A1, f/w: 1.21, the latest) 'cause it's compact and the box says that, "For Optimal Wireless Performance +Use With Wireless N 300 Router (DIR-615)."Expected 300 Mbps, but it connected at 65. Argh. Did the trick again with the DIR-615's Web interface, and saw 150. But after restart from hibernation, back down to 65. Unable to achieve 300 Mbps, unlike the cheap-o TP-Link adapter. Router is configured according to Lycan's sticky note. Router's Wireless Status shows a signal of 39%, and the router is in the next room in a wood-framed building.Is this as good as it can be? Looks like the DWA-131 is coupla years old with no new drivers for Win 7. Ran the DSL Reports Java speed test, and seeing 18+ Mbps d/l, and 1.8 Mbps u/l, which is about average from Cox here in The OC. If I can't get a faster connection, then D-Link's claim of "optimal performance" is misleading.