Wireless N problems
Having problems connecting to my Wireless-N network. It will see it, i can enter in the information on the Nexus, but will not connect, even know signal says excellent. I have a Cisco WRT160N flashed with DDWRT. It will connect to G, but not N
Anyone else having any problems? Suggestions?
01-05-2012 08:08 PM
Last edited by Mutt; 04-01-2013 at 03:43 PM.
tried that, did not help
Originally Posted by Mutt
Don't have/know your wireless router, but mine has a log, and yours probably does too. You might try logging into your wireless router and look at the log and see if there are any messages about failed connections and why. Your GN has a log too, which you can read with a program called "aLogCat". There will be a LOT of entries, but aLogCat has good filtering.
You might also try (temporarily!) turning off all the security features on the wireless router (turning it into an open access point that needs no password), to see if your problem is related to the security end of things or the rf end of things.
Ill check the logs and report back, but i think it is my outdated router. which i thought was good. until i realixed it is not dual band
Originally Posted by tvBilly
E4200 here i come!
Also it was reported on a different thread that people having trouble connecting to their routers that doing a soft reset (battery pull, wait a few minutes, reboot) helps with wifi connections. Might help with your issue.
Last edited by paul_gyver; 01-06-2012 at 10:56 PM.
Have you backed up your files and pictures? I see too many desperate cries for help recovering deleted priceless pictures with no solution.
Need to hard reset? How to Hard Reset-Factory Data Reset.
I would recommend dlink mir 655
I retired my 655 due to lousy reception. I'm in a VERY hi rf area, and the 655 didn't cut it with any of my WiFi devices. I've been very happy with a asus RT-N56U.