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Author Topic: (A) Possible solution for the signal drop outs  (Read 64833 times)

poker

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Re: Possible solution for the signal drop outs
« Reply #75 on: March 12, 2009, 03:59:09 PM »

Nock on wood Eddie, so far so good!
Seems as doing the DHCP reservation was the missing peace.
A:WZC to "off". (or disabled)
B:Upgrade to SP2 perhaps even SP3, 
so that "no certificate" pop-up-window is gone 4-ever.
C:Make shure not 2 of "Wireless connection" applications are active at the same computer.
D: "lock" the MAC-adresses and IPīs in the DIR-655
(SETUP->NETWORK SETTINGS and  there "DHCP Reservations List")
This seems to be the solution.
NO! IT IS NOT! ADMIN IS DELETING MY POSTS THAT A HAMMER RIGHT THRU THE DIR-655 is a working solution!
Look at this logg, it is absolute insane now!
[INFO]   Mon Apr 06 13:25:40 2009   Wireless restart
[INFO]   Mon Apr 06 13:25:38 2009   Wireless link is up
[INFO]   Mon Apr 06 13:25:14 2009   Wireless link is down
[INFO]   Mon Apr 06 13:25:14 2009   Wireless restart
[INFO]   Mon Apr 06 13:25:14 2009   Disconnect all stations
[INFO]   Mon Apr 06 13:25:14 2009   All Wireless shut down
[INFO]   Mon Apr 06 13:25:12 2009   Wireless restart
[INFO]   Mon Apr 06 13:24:34 2009   Blocked incoming UDP packet from 79.45.94.185:13021 to 82.182.61.242:44349
[INFO]   Mon Apr 06 13:24:07 2009   Blocked incoming UDP packet from 91.189.45.95:1053 to 82.182.61.242:53
[INFO]   Mon Apr 06 13:23:49 2009   Above message repeated 1 times
[INFO]   Mon Apr 06 13:20:38 2009   Wireless restart
[INFO]   Mon Apr 06 13:18:30 2009   Blocked incoming TCP connection request from 81.233.252.179:41300 to 82.182.61.242:24927
[INFO]   Mon Apr 06 13:18:28 2009   Wireless link is up
[INFO]   Mon Apr 06 13:18:24 2009   Blocked incoming TCP connection request from 81.233.252.179:41300 to 82.182.61.242:24927
[INFO]   Mon Apr 06 13:18:21 2009   Above message repeated 1 times
[INFO]   Mon Apr 06 13:18:04 2009   Wireless link is down
[INFO]   Mon Apr 06 13:18:04 2009   Wireless restart
[INFO]   Mon Apr 06 13:18:04 2009   Disconnect all stations
[INFO]   Mon Apr 06 13:18:04 2009   All Wireless shut down
[INFO]   Mon Apr 06 13:18:02 2009   Wireless restart
[INFO]   Mon Apr 06 13:17:10 2009   Wireless link is up
[INFO]   Mon Apr 06 13:16:46 2009   Wireless link is down
[INFO]   Mon Apr 06 13:16:46 2009   Wireless restart
[INFO]   Mon Apr 06 13:16:46 2009   Disconnect all stations
[INFO]   Mon Apr 06 13:16:46 2009   All Wireless shut down
[INFO]   Mon Apr 06 13:16:44 2009   Wireless restart

« Last Edit: May 13, 2009, 11:52:47 AM by poker »
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EddieZ

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Re: Possible solution for the signal drop outs
« Reply #76 on: March 13, 2009, 05:35:01 AM »

Nock on wood Eddie, so far so good!
Seems as doing the DHCP reservation was the missing peace.
A:WZC to "off". (or disabled)
B:Upgrade to SP2 perhaps even SP3, 
so that "no certificate" pop-up-window is gone 4-ever.
C:Make shure not 2 of "Wireless connection" applications are active at the same computer.
D: "lock" the MAC-adresses and IPīs in the DIR-655
(SETUP->NETWORK SETTINGS and  there "DHCP Reservations List")
This seems to be the solution.


Great!
For WPA2 and more stable wireless upgrade to SP3.

And yes, DHCP is a great thing, but it can be ***** sometimes.

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poker

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Re: Possible solution for the signal drop outs
« Reply #77 on: April 20, 2009, 01:04:58 PM »

Been working pretty good so far, but yesterday one of 2 laptops lost contact with the DIR655.
The Apple laptop wifi went on/off, but the PECE was all wifi-dead, but it had in the DIR655 an IP,
but said on the PECE disconnected. Weird.Disconnected inte PECE, but in the DIR655 it was visible with an IP,
it was time to bring out the Thinking-hat and combat-boots.
Nothing in the log..confusing..so I started with a good and only guess and went lucky at strike one.
In "SETUP" and NETWORK SETTINGS" I have made DHCP reservations as mentioned as one of a combined chain of solutions earlier written here.
On the disconnected PECE (only) I pressed the Edit symbol at left (pen and pad) and then I noticed
in the "Edit DHCP Reservation" that some numbers did change. I pressed "update" and voilá, again the wifi works perfect. I know many has problems with this DIR655, but after doing these settings, it rarely drops the wifi anymore. before it drove me nuts!

« Last Edit: April 20, 2009, 01:16:20 PM by poker »
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poker

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Re: Possible solution for the signal drop outs
« Reply #78 on: May 12, 2009, 02:40:50 AM »

Here is a late update.
2 computers ( well actually one, I do not call PECE for computers)
and a Apple Powerbook of cource!
In the DIR 655 logg I can see many restarts and the PECE never connects back again after a restart.
The Powerbook does.. ;D
I googled " DIR-655 wireless restart.
So many hits! Must be a hughe DLINK-problem.
(DLINK technicians napping on the job?)
I unticked "enable auto channel scan", after reading some Google-hits.
Now there is no wireless restarts in the logg and the PECE is working fine.
So I must add an "E"
A:WZC to "off". (or disabled) (Wireless Zero Config)
B:Upgrade to SP2 perhaps even SP3,
so that "no certificate" pop-up-window is gone 4-ever. (SP2 and 3 is containing the certificates.)
C:Make shure not 2 of "Wireless connection" applications are active at the same computer.
D: "lock" the MAC-adresses and IPīs in the DIR-655
(SETUP->NETWORK SETTINGS and  there "DHCP Reservations List")
E: Disable "auto channel scan"
Now we might have a working DLINK product..
« Last Edit: May 12, 2009, 02:44:54 AM by poker »
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EddieZ

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Re: Possible solution for the signal drop outs
« Reply #79 on: May 12, 2009, 04:44:10 AM »

When I google my name there's also a large number of results. But does that make me a famous person...?  ;)

Thanks for the update. Have you already upgraded to the new firmware versions?
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poker

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Re: Possible solution for the signal drop outs
« Reply #80 on: May 12, 2009, 10:24:19 AM »

Hi there Eddie.
Yes, I have the latest FW.
Current Firmware Version : 1.21EU
Current Firmware Date : 2008/11/03
(using a crowbar on a open door eddie?) ;)

That you are not famous like DLINK, disregarding many hits, is because you are not causing people problems!
That is difference between you and DLINK. :D

100% certain now that the uncheck/untick "auto channel" keeps the PECE stable wifi-linked now.
In the logg no restarts at all. FINALLY!! NO MORE LOSEC!
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EddieZ

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Re: Possible solution for the signal drop outs
« Reply #81 on: May 12, 2009, 12:44:56 PM »

there's a new version 1.31 and new Shareport (which wil only work on 1.31). But if you are happy with the 1.22 firmware, don't change. You cannot go back once you have gone to 1.3x!
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poker

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Re: Possible solution for the signal drop outs
« Reply #82 on: May 12, 2009, 01:05:16 PM »

Hmmm.
I tried to update thru http://192.168.0.1/
and it said I have the latest FW, (EU) Iīll check again Eddie!
Thanks!
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poker

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Re: Possible solution for the signal drop outs
« Reply #83 on: May 17, 2009, 01:18:59 PM »

Well, there is no solution. After all time and efforts I have realized it is impossible to have a stable wifi-connection with the DIR655.
This is my next experiment.
I bought a ******* prosafe wireless access point.
Note, this is just a wireless access point.
I have disabled the radio in the DIR655,
hooked up the ******* as a separate radio to work as a radio with the DIR655.

We shall now see if the WLAN can become steady and working, w/o any "wireless restart" etc as the DIR 655.
« Last Edit: June 05, 2009, 12:25:48 PM by Lycan »
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poker

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Re: No Possible solution for the signal drop outs
« Reply #84 on: May 17, 2009, 02:22:46 PM »

Seems I am not first regarding swapping DIR655 and *******:
Re: MacBook 802.11n
Posted: Feb 25, 2008 6:50 PM   in response to: Flying Dutchman         

Well, I took back the ****py D-Link DIR-655, and swapped it out for a ******* WNDR3300, with duo broadcasting, so it broadcasts in both 2.4GHz and 5GHz. I am able to connect to the 5GHz, which is 802.11n only, and I'm still only getting 54Mbps maximum, but switching to OSX I get 300Mbps.
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http://discussions.apple.com/thread.jspa?messageID=7059561
 

« Last Edit: June 05, 2009, 12:26:49 PM by Lycan »
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poker

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Re: No Possible solution for the signal drop outs
« Reply #85 on: May 18, 2009, 04:24:26 AM »

day one with the *******. working perfect so far but to early to tell.
« Last Edit: June 05, 2009, 12:25:27 PM by Lycan »
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EddieZ

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Re: No Possible solution for the signal drop outs
« Reply #86 on: May 18, 2009, 06:39:19 AM »

day one with the *******. working perfect so far but to early to tell.


So perhaps Aple and ******* do better together. Not really a big deal :-)
« Last Edit: June 05, 2009, 12:25:15 PM by Lycan »
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poker

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Re: No Possible solution for the signal drop outs
« Reply #87 on: May 18, 2009, 08:26:34 AM »

Hi Eddie.
No, it is not as you think
The ******* is not connected to a Apple.
It is connected:
*******->DIR655 (with radio off)->Internet and local net
« Last Edit: June 05, 2009, 12:26:27 PM by Lycan »
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EddieZ

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Re: No Possible solution for the signal drop outs
« Reply #88 on: May 18, 2009, 08:47:01 AM »

When you use it as a wired AP there is not a lot that can go wrong. ;)
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poker

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Re: No Possible solution for the signal drop outs
« Reply #89 on: May 18, 2009, 09:20:37 AM »

Misunderstanding again Eddie. ;)
The ******* is a single stand wireless access point.
It is like ripping out the radio in the dir-655 and replace with *******-radio.
Noticed it is a lot faster, speedier respons with the *******.

« Last Edit: June 05, 2009, 12:28:15 PM by Lycan »
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