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Windows 7: Loosing connection to network devices


16 Jun 2010   #1

Windows 7 Enterprise x64 SP1
 
 
Trouble with wireless bridge

Reposted from dlink forum:
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I have the following layout: dir-615v2 wirelessly connected to dap-1522 with several network devices attached. This was working seamlessly for over a month. Now they're not. No changes have been done to either product since I first configured it. FYI: Bridge is in bridge mode.

1. Computers connected to the router cannot see the devices connected to the bridge
2. Computers connected via ethernet to the bridge cannot get ip address nor internet access (one in the same)
3. Computers connected via ethernet to the bridge cannot get the bridge web page to load (after reset)
4. Computers connected via ethernet to the bridge can ONLY SEE devices if computer is given a static ip
5. Computers connected via ethernet to the bridge cannot ping bridge (default ip or custom static) nor connected to the internet once computer has static ip
6. Wireless bridge appears on router, but attached network devices do not

I do not know what else to try or if I should exchange it at the store...



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17 Jun 2010   #2

Windows 7 Enterprise x64 SP1
 
 

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