Quote: Originally Posted by ut00wj
I have a Dell Latitude D630 with Intel 4965AGN wireless card. My network is as follows:
Motorola DSL - Wireless not active
Linksys WRT54G running Tomato firmware (latest version) in AP mode, G Only, Channel 3 (no interference from other networks), WPA-Personal, AES.
Buffalo High Power G Ethernet Converter (WLI-TX4-G54HP)
Internet is delivered to the Motorola box which is only connected to the WRT54G - Tomato box. From there wireless to the rest of my house using multiple Buffalo converters. Everything works exceedingly well. I recently upgraded my Dev laptop to Win 7 x64, first RC and now RTM. The laptop can not connect to the wireless network. It can connect to a Linksys WNR3500 (stock) WPA2-Personal AES network with no problems.
It did work with Vista Ultimate x64. Stopped working with Win 7. Win 7 can see the network but can not connect to it. I have tried static ip, manually entering all network settings and everything else I can think of. Still no connection. Wired connection does work.
Any help would be appreciated.
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Wow, doing everything you can think of may cover a lot of ground so forgive me if I suggest things you have already tried. For example some have had success with disabling IPV6?
Just to clear things up for me:
WRT54G with Tomato firmware - no wireless connection?
WNR3500 - wireless connection OK?
Wired connection? What router? OK?
I have a Latitude D505 and had no problem connecting, but I used the older WPA2-Personal. Have you tried the older "Personal" instead of the "AES"?
Others have had success with a clean re-install. It does not uncover the problem, but it does restore network/Internet access to the computer in question.
Look forward to your next post!