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Netgear and systems fighting for access?



 
 
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Old April 8th 05, 06:57 PM posted to uk.telecom.broadband
Harry Bloomfield
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Default Netgear and systems fighting for access?

Hi,

I have several PC's, but turning two of them on at the same time causes
a problem to one - just the same two each time. My first guess was that
I had most likely configured the IP's of both systems the same, hence
the problem, but they are different.

One is a laptop using 54g wireless to connect and the other a 100Mb
wired connection. The laptop uses ???.???.???.180 and the desktop
???.???.???.178 and the Netgear DG834G uses an IP of ???.???.???.176. A
LAN printer is on 177.

Turn the laptop on and I have normal access, but then turn the desktop
on and the laptops access to the LAN and Internet becomes intermitant.
The desktop retains full and normal access throughout. The Netgear is
using the latest beta firmware V2.10.16.

Rebooting the router (whilst both systems are running) seems to restore
access to the laptop for a while each time.

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Old April 8th 05, 08:37 PM posted to uk.telecom.broadband
cw
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Default Netgear and systems fighting for access?

A couple of things - make sure you have the latest firmware for the router
and check the PC doesn't have a virus/spyware which is flooding the AP


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Old April 9th 05, 09:41 AM posted to uk.telecom.broadband
Dr Teeth
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Default Netgear and systems fighting for access?

On Fri, 08 Apr 2005 18:57:34 +0100, "Harry Bloomfield"
wrote:

The Netgear is
using the latest beta firmware V2.10.16.


Try using the latest non-beta software, v1.00.05.

de G4DWV (ex-4X1LT).

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Old April 9th 05, 10:22 AM posted to uk.telecom.broadband
Simon Pleasants
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On Sat, 09 Apr 2005 09:41:25 +0100, Dr Teeth
wrote:

On Fri, 08 Apr 2005 18:57:34 +0100, "Harry Bloomfield"
wrote:

The Netgear is
using the latest beta firmware V2.10.16.


Try using the latest non-beta software, v1.00.05.


Wrong router. The latest non-beta for the DG834G is v1.05 - I think you're
thinking of the GT version which is still on v1.00.something.
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Old April 9th 05, 04:04 PM posted to uk.telecom.broadband
Dr Teeth
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Default Netgear and systems fighting for access?

On Sat, 09 Apr 2005 10:22:30 +0100, Simon Pleasants
wrote:

Wrong router. The latest non-beta for the DG834G is v1.05 - I think you're
thinking of the GT version which is still on v1.00.something.


Iffy memory, I put the '00' in the wrong place. The correct version of
the latest non-beta firmware is 1.05.00.

/me slaps self on head...hard!

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