Wifi issues with D-link 524 routerSupport


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  1. Neimaraner

    Neimaraner New Member This Topic's Starter

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    I can't stay connected for more than 5 minutes. Anyone knows how I configure D-link or Milestone for this works. P.S. I don't have problems with Ipod or Notebook with Dlink. Thanks.
     

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  2. Bozzy

    Bozzy Well-Known Member

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    Check your wifi settings on the phone, it might be set to "wifi sleep" as soon as screen sleeps
     
  3. gibba50

    gibba50 New Member

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    Hi,
    just new droidian on milestone and experiencing the same issue with the same router, how did u solve it?I set "wifi sleep" as soon as screen sleeps, but unfortunately it didn't fix the problem.

    Thanks
     
  4. ciprian.topala

    ciprian.topala New Member

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    i had the same problems. i downloaded wifi analyzer and saw which channel was free, i changed the channel at the wireless section inside the router admin tool and also i limited the wireless bandwidth to 5.5 mbps. after all of this the internet connection seems to be quite stable.
     
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  5. gibba50

    gibba50 New Member

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    Thank you. wifi analyzer suggests me channel 14, however only 13 channel are available on the router, so i have to keep my best available channel (n.13). Correct,limiting wireless bandwidth to 5.5 mbps improved the performance and now i'm surfing the web (slowly) without issues, however i can't manage data transfer such as video ( youtube)...Other suggestions? thank u very much
     
  6. Redsnapper

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    What's the logic in limiting the wifi bandwidth to 5.5mbps? It would seem to be counter-productive to me.
     

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