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DHCP Problems with WBR-1310...


I have a D-Link WBR-1310 (Hardware Version: B1;Firmware Version 2.02)

The problem I'm having is regarding DCHP on my iPod Touch and Windows XP laptop.

I just set-up the router yesterday and everything worked great for the 1st day, but starting right now my Windows XP wi-fi and iPod Touch's DHCP internet is not working.

The Windows Vista wi-fi, hardwire ethernet connections, and VoIP is working perfectly. So the problem only occurs on Windows XP Wi-Fi and iPod Touch.

I checked the IP address the Windows XP Laptop and iPod Touch are using to connect to. The devices are using 169.254.125.XXX, when they should be using 192.168.0.XXX. The error I'm getting on Windows XP is Limited or No Connectivity.

On the Windows XP wifi I can connect using a static IP address. On the iPod Touch I can connect using a static IP address but every 30-35 minutes I have to re-connect my iPod to the internet.

How can I fix this problem?
If you need any other information, reply and I will post it here.

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Some details are missing.

In reply to: DHCP Problems with WBR-1310...

I see this often with WEP or less security. Also if we disable SSID broadcasting.

Since the details are not here, try this. Use the settings noted in this forum's top posts.

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In reply to: Some details are missing.

Currently I am using WPA-Auto Security with a Cipher Type of TKIP and a PSK/EAP of PSK

I have enabled Hidden Wireless and i am on auto-channel scan currently

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Hidden wireless

In reply to: Umm

Sounds like hiding the SSID and should create connection problems with some devices. I think you found it.

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In reply to: Hidden wireless

As of now i've changed my channel to channel 7, changed WPA-Auto to WPA-personal, and unchechecked the hidden wireless

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Which is close to the forum sticky.

In reply to: ok

Good luck on those changes and try the forum sticky settings next time.

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