Have to keep repairing wireless commection

Discussion in 'Wireless Networking' started by Mike Lloyd-Jones, Mar 2, 2005.

  1. Hi
    Have 6 Dell latitude d505 laptops with internal Dell Truemobile 1350
    wireless cards with static IP address assigned and Win XP SP2 installed,
    with Windows managing the wireless connection.
    Access point is USR Wireless Turbo MultiFunction Access Point (USR015450),
    128bit WEP with SSID broadcast enabled

    Problem I'm seeing is that when laptops boot, they come up seeing the WAP
    with strong signal. When laptop connection to local network attempted it
    fails. If repair is done on wireless link, all is then fine till the next
    reboot when the cycle repeats.

    Has anyone any thoughts on this..it's driving me potty !!!

    Ta
    Mike
    Mike Lloyd-Jones, Mar 2, 2005
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