I cannot get my new Nook Tablet to connect to my home wifi. it recognizes the network and authenticates the password but won't connect. Everything else in the house connects fine.Someone installed the router for me a couple years ago as a favour. It is a Linksys router.
I had a TP-Link WR841N router which I replaced with a D-Link DIR-615 today. Before the replacement all my laptops, home desktop and my tablet would connect just fine. After the switch, all machines except the tablet connect to the Internet. My tablet shows that its connected to the router but I cannot access the router admin pages or the Internet. All settings on the DIR-615 are the same as the TP-Link one.
I'm trying to connect my Nook Tablet to my wireless E-1000 router. I'm using a cable connnection for internet service. THe nook will find the network indicating "excellent" signal , but when it goes to authenticate it disconnects. After reading about WEP security, I switchedecurity setting of the Cisco router to "WPA Personal". Results are the same.
i have purchased a 2.2 android tablet everything works fine apart from internet access tablet scans finds my sky router tap on connect enter password which i have double checked starts to connect then says disconnected and disabled is this a security issue with the router or conflict with the tablet desktop connects great and also wii.
I have been connected and have a strong signal, but I deleted some books, and when I tried to open it. It told me I would have to reconnect to the netgear. I have tried everything I know to but it will not accept my password.
My Wifi network has a wpa2 password that is a random string of characters and numbers and yet last month a rogue IP Address kept popping up on my DNS list. It has to be coming from my neighbor who's bedroom is about 15 feet away from my router. So unless someone is sitting out on my front lawn to do this then it must be him.I've been looking for software that will notify me when a connection my router is attempted and kudos if it also asks my permission first would be great.There are wifi packet sniffers out there like Cain&Abel, Airsnort, that sort of thing but I am not quite savvy enough nor do I want to turn this into a complicated hobby but just need a basic warningin case something gets past my passwords again
I have my laptop. I need to use my broadband connection at my home. Also I need to use my laptop with wifi at my office. We do not have any dhcp servr at office. What I am doing now is changing ip configuration at office every day manually.
I can't get my Nook reader to connect. It is not a password issue. I entered all the info and the NOOK recognizes the DIR-601 connection, but it won't stay connected. There is a lock symbol showing and states that the dlink is "remembered, secured with WPA/WPA2 PSK" but when I try to connect it makes the attempt and then disconnects immediately. I have spent a couple of hours in the support section of the dlink site and can't figure this out
About last week Thursday Night going into Friday my laptop tablet was able to connect to the internet.Once Friday morning came around,the thing stopped connecting to my wireless adapter.I looked up what to do and tried about as much as i could understand.For example,resetting my computer,restarting the modem by unplugging it then plugging it back in,retyping the password to connect to the wireless connection,switching the wifi button on my tablet off and on,checking to see if dhcp was enabled,and removing the network from the laptops memory & trying to reconnect anew.So far nothing has worked.
Speedtest.net with wifi connection on my laptop gives download of 2 MBPS but on my tablet a download of 20 MBPS. The laptop with ethernet connection also gives 20 MBPS.I replaced the whole modem/router.I uninstalled the wireless drive and let windows reinstall it (it's 2008 version)I couldn't find the exact model on Toshiba website to install the drive.I disabled encryption completely.
I have just received 3 notepad's that are for my kids on Christmas day. I have managed to get 2 of the 3 connected perfectly and have a connection of 65mb per second and the other one has a connection of 6mb per second!!I am certainly no computer expert, I am very worried that 2 are working spot on and the other has something wrong with it!!Is it something that could be set up wrong or is whatever makes the wifi connection faulty.
I have a wrt54gs linsys router with speedbooster. I bought my son a tablet for xmas. I cannot connect the tablet to the network. It finds my network, searches for an IP address, and then disconnects. It will connect for about 2 seconds, and then shows disconnected. My PC's, and WII work fine, although getting the WII ad netflix to reconnect after a power outage is like rocket science requiring field support every time. My tablet wont stay connected, and the book tells me that the router must accept 802.11b/g, and that if it has 802.11n, then it needs to be reconfigured to accept 802.11b/g.
I just purchased a Toshiba Thrive tablet and I can't get it to connect to my wireless router. My router (WRVS4400N) works flawlessly with my laptop and desktop. I have spoken to a Cisco tech rep and they assured me that there is not a compatibility problem with the WPA-Personal setting I am using. When I speak to a Toshiba tech they tell me I have a router conflict. To verify this I went to my local Starbucks and low and behold it logged right on with no problem (The Starbucks system was not a protected system). This confirms to me that there is a conflict between the router and the tablet.Toshiba tells me that it is not compliant with Android but it is with Windows that is why I don't have an issue with the computers.