Wireless router WPA PSK

  whoopee 09:37 12 Mar 09

I have a Belkin 54G router at home. We usually have up to 3 or 4 laptops connected and a Dell wirelss all in one printer.
Since i started using a password with WPA/PSK the router can not keep all these devises connected. When trying to connect to the network the security log of the router authenticates the mac address of the laptop but the laptop doesnt connenct fully, i think its not properly assigning an IP address. The printer gets disconnected also. I have reset the router, unplgged and repluged it with no solution. However if i change the router to have no security then all the laptops and printers connect fully and permanently.
Any ideas/solutions? I assume this is a router problem as all individual devices work properly at some point other than ther router.

  DJ-Garry 10:21 12 Mar 09

Hi there.

There is a forum specifically for network problems

click here

... You may get better results if you post your problem there :-)


  ambra4 11:03 12 Mar 09

“Wireless router WPA PSK”

Encryption setting set to TKIP

And UPnP setting Disable

  whoopee 14:02 12 Mar 09

thanks for response, i am closing this as have posted in networking, however TKIP is selected and unpnp is disabled

This thread is now locked and can not be replied to.

Samsung Galaxy Book review: Hands-on with Samsung’s high-end hybrid

1995-2015: How technology has changed the world in 20 years

This is probably one of the best bank ads we’ve seen

Apple Watch 2 vs Huawei Watch 2 comparison review: watch out for 4G smartwatches Apple