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Author Topic: Wireless Disable does not "stick" ?  (Read 1913 times)

acellier

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Wireless Disable does not "stick" ?
« on: July 16, 2012, 07:17:13 PM »

I just realized that my 930, perversely, keeps Wireless ENABLED, even if I select DISABLE then Save Settings. The Ethernet cable is connected to the 930. (while a 932 is outside wireless-only.)
DISABLE wireless seems to have no effect?
Apparently the 930's wireless is actually NOT on even though the enabled "button" insists on being on?
When I disable wireless in the router, I can still control the 930, (but as expected the 932 is not connectable.)
This appears true for both DHCP and Static IP Address ...
Hard to know what's happening, since the MAC address is the same whether wired or wireless.
This is with recent firmware 1.05
Rather confusing as I try to troubleshoot my ftp issues.
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