Dell 8600 centrino intel pro wireless lan 2100 won't connect to netgear n150 wnr1000. Running 802.11b band it sees wireless network but won't connect. I have 2 other computers connected to network so it works.... I don't know if Netgear n150 is compatible with 802.11b band...
I just received a new xps 15 yesterday. After some long hours of research, I found that I need a different wireless adapter to pick up my routers 5.0GHz signal. The wireless adapter in my XPS right now is an Intel Cetrino Wireless-N 1000. I was wondering if I ordered an Intel Centrino Ultimate-N 6300, if it would be compatible with my new laptop, and if so, the ease of switching the two adapters.
To reinstate here. It is a refurbished notebook. I don't know if that has anything to do with my problem. But there is no wireless on/off switch. And pressing FN and F2 at the same time is not enabling my wireless adapter. Is there any way to enable it? Or could I have a faulty wireless adapter?
i have an Asus u56e that I recently bought a couple of moths ago. It has been a great computer until today when my wireless randomly disappeared for no reason. The wireless adapter has been disabled for no reason, and when I try to re-enable it, I can't seem to find it.
I have a Dell E1705 running windows 7 64 bit. I am attempting to upgrade my internal wireless adapter to the Intel Advanced N 6235 card.After installing the new wireless card and loading the latest drivers from Intel, the card is not working correctly. The problem is that my computer shows "no connections available". Device Manager says the card is installed properly and that it is working properly however there are no wireless connections for me to connect to including my own.
Just recently upgrade our 2 5508 controllers from 18.104.22.168 to 22.214.171.124. Since that upgrade, I have a handful (8 to 10) of wireless laptops that now refuse to associate to any access points. The thing these laptops all have in common is some variation of the Intel Wifi Link AGN cards. I have about 200 other clients out there working just fine.
I've tried everything under the sun that I can think of. Patches, drivers, the whole sh'bang.
Is there a known issue with 126.96.36.199 and these particular cards?
I use Dell vostro 3550 as wireless spot but I'm have a problem with "WiFi mini port adapter". , when i try to enable "Intel My WiFi technology" . it's enable but WiFi card die after few minute, i can't see any signal of wireless network.....and of course,
my phone not see the signal wireless by my laptop. This problem appeared two months ago, before I use it very normal. I try reinstall driver wireless, window but ---> nothing change. My card wireless: Intel(R) Centrino(R) Wireless-N 1030.
I have a dell optiplex gx270 desktop that can't detect netgear router. I am connected through a wire cable and have the driver for intel pro/1000mt network adaptor. It shows on the right bottom corner that I have the internet connection but I don't have IP address. I tried restarting computer and router to no avail. I have other computers at home to download drivers. So I visited dell and intel to diagnose and dowload driver for the Intel Ethernet adapter but still can't get no internet connection.
Just purchased an Asus K532-BBR9 laptop. Everything works fine, except on college campus the internet is very slow, and disconnects every few minutes.My fellow students laptops do not seem to have this problem.I figured it may be a driver issue, so I am trying to update everything.Under Network Adapters in Device Manager. The Microsoft Virtual WiFI Miniport Adapter is not up to date when I do a driver update scan.Then it says "Windows can't verify the publisher of this driver software.." with options to install anyways.
Replaced the HDD in my wife's Inspiron 1420, Vista, Intel dual core T7250s
Broadcom 802.11n adapter
Kept all the disks shipped with the lappy, Prepped the HD per the media rules, loaded windows and the mediadirect and the driver resource CD.. they all had autoexecs and seem to run fine. Failed to connect to the net.. checked it out on device mgr, found the code 10 fail.. All other drivers seemed to have loaded..
tried to update the driver.. it said it already had the correct driver. - fail
DLed the Broadcom driver to a thumb and installed it - no difference. Rebooted.. several times during all this.
Read here it might be install order - thought I might try it manually. Looked for Intel T7250 drivers.. "not currently available" here.
Now that I have a Linksys N4200 router I want to upgrade the card that is in my 1735 Studio. Dell support suggested the 5100 Wireless-Network Mini-Card. That’sall well and good but looking at the picture on Dell site it is about half the size as the one that is in the computer which is a Dell Wireless 1397 WLAN MiniCard. I don't think the 5100 will bolt in the slot, too short.
I'm doing a few upgrades on my Asus UL80Jt and I've hit a wall with the wireless adapter... I think I've found the one I want [URL] which I believe will work but I can't for life of me find out where that little card goes! Will that card work on this laptop and where do I even put the thing?
attempted to upgrade their wireless adapter? I know I can go buy a $40 fat USB adapter, but I would like to get dual band abilities without a USB adapter. I hate that I got an upgraded Inspiron 15R that did not have a dual band wireless adapter.
I know now that this is a Desktop motherboard, officially not supported for Windows Server operating systems, but I would still like to get it to work. I've confirmed that the motherboard network works in WinXP (Intel 82579V Gigabit) and typically the 32-bit Windows XP drivers work on Server 2003 as well. Several of the other drivers have installed just fine, but the network driver install package fails with "No Intel Adapters are present."
I am trying to install Windows Home Server v1 (based on Windows Server 2003) on this box and just want to get a basic network driver up and running. I've checked the BIOS config, and Device Manager shows a yellow question mark by "Ethernet Controller". The ID is:
PCIVEN_8086&DEV_1503&SUBSYS_20408086&REV_043&11583659&0&C8 but I don't really know what to do with that...
I am trying to config my wireless lan controller (WLC) 2106 to discover my new 3500 access points.I followed the example Cisco configuration doc.69719.I am using a Cisco 3760 switch to interconnect the AP and WLC.I set up DHCP in the switch. [code]
Since few days the WLC 2100 series controller and 3x LAP1131AG are getting disconnected and the controller gets offline via the local ip address. At that point I have to reboot. To get anywhere and after I connect wirelessly to the AP before I know it it disconnects. It worked for 3 years straight no fuss. And now nothing. I reconfigured the WLC 10times and no diffference.
I have a cisco AIR-LAP1262N-A-K9 and AIR-LAP1142N-A-K9, and i would like to join to Cisco WLC2106 (software version 188.8.131.52)My ap 1262N have 3 antennas externals with 7dbi of ganancy,Is possible to do it?
I'd WLC 2100 series and 9 access point LAP1142N .8 LAP1142N can work fine and join a capwap controller is ok but only one LAP1142 is can not . Part of LAP is AIR-LAP1142N-A-K9
Apr 2 10:52:42.284: LWAPP_CLIENT_EVENT: spamResolveStaticGateway - gateway found *Apr 2 10:52:42.284: LWAPP_CLIENT_EVENT: spamResolveStaticGateway - gateway found *Apr 2 10:52:42.284: LWAPP_CLIENT_EVENT: Dropping discovery in LWAPP. This AP model is not supported by LWAPP WLC. *Apr 2 10:52:42.284: status of voice_diag_test from WLC is false *Apr 2 10:52:52.284: %CAPWAP-3-ERRORLOG: Go join a capwap controller
We have two 2100 WLC's that support 12 access points. One has been sitting in a box for some time, but we're at the point where we need to add additional access points that will put us in excess of the 12 limitation. What is the best way to go for installing the second WLC?
I have a problem with our WLC 2100 series (2125). Basycally internal DHCP server configured on WLC is not working. I have one AP connected to port no 7 (PoE) to bypass and eliminate problem with other equipment.
I have a fairly simple WLC 2100 configured to control two APs. We had a power outage a few days ago, and though the WLC was on a surge protector, it did not come back up properly after the outage. The STATUS light sticks at amber and I can't get any console response. At this point I'm not sure what to do except replace the WLC, though I'm loathed to do that as our budget was just cut substantially for next year and we're trying to turn nickels into pennies.
The operating temperature for 2100 wireless lan controllers is up to a miximum of 40 degrees celsius according to the datasheet. We deployed some 2112 controllers all displaing a temperature above 50 degrees celsiun. This during normal operation and deployed proper enviromet (aroco ...)
One of our customers have one Cisco WLC 2100 (firmware 5.2) with 4 AP Mesh 1522, in a city deployment. In order to achieve local regulatory, has to implement bandwidth limitations per user.
I got screen captures of WLC QoS Profiles options, with Average Data Rate in Per-User Bandwidth Contracts. So my question is, do I need any other equipment to achieve per user bandwidth limitation? Can it be done with WLC QoS options?
We have a 2100 cisco Wireless LAN Controller which manages 3 APs and assign IP address to clients which connects via wifi. Currently, we are deploying dual stack IPv6 and our consultant stated that our current controller does not support IPv6.
This is rather odd statement because there is an option to enable IPv6 in the advance tab of WLAN. And sometimes clients (win7 and Mac OS X) are getting v6 addresses, able to ping v6 sites, and reach v6 sites successfully. And other times, clients do not..or getting the v6 address for 10-15minutes, then unable to ping/reach v6 sites.
Our consultant is sticking by his words saying it does not support. If this is true, then clients should not be able to get v6 at all....not sometimes and not other times; very inconsistent.
And what is ipv6 pass through? What is ipv6 bridging?
In the near future my company is looking into the option of adding a second network connection (exclusively for customers visiting our facility) to our pre existing WLAN network. We are currently using a Cisco 2100 series Wireless LAN Controller and probably 6-8 APs. Our main connection is made up of 4 T1 lines and the second connection will more than likely be a cheap DSL connection. I'm wondering if this technology supports two separate connections on one controller and APs. For example, is there a way within the controller web interface to separate what is currently our "Guest" connection from the main Internet line? I was thinking of just plugging from the DSL router directly to the controller and save the hassle of changing routing and VLANs.
I'm trying to re-setup this EOL camera on a new router.I've been able to reset the cam to factory defaults and see it wired using dhcp. I then was able to change the address to a static address, still wired and still can see it with IE. However when I disconnect the rj-45 cable, power down and restart, I can't access the cam.