Buffalo AirStation WHR-HP-G54

  JConcept4 10:44 13 Feb 2008


I've got the above wireless router which has worked well up until last sunday, I got round the problem and then it happened again on Tuesday.

The problem im having is that the computer using the buffalo adapter is struggling to recquire a network address and my wireless laptop won't log on with the correct SSID and AES key.

I've used AOSS to setup the network, which works really well. To get round the problem I was having I cancelled AOSS, unplugged everything and deleted any profiles for that connection, re-plugged in everything and started AOSS from the router and the buffalo adapter, this set up another secure wireless network automatically. This worked a treat for two days then it happened again.

Does anybody know why this is happening or can help me stop it from happening. Its pretty easy to restart the AOSS, its just annoying that I need to keep doing it. Its stopping others in the house from using the net while im out or away as im the only 1 who knows what to do.

My PC wired to the router works fine all the time so im guessing that the router is changing some wifi settings itself . Maybe I might be better binning AOSS and setting up the wireless side manually.

Thanks for any help

  ambra4 11:06 13 Feb 2008

Take a read ON Buffalo AOSS

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  Grantrh 11:51 13 Feb 2008

I have had 2 of these buffalo wireless boxes and they are rubbish - both stopped working in a similar manner to which you describe within a couple of months - I now have a netgear one which cost £20 more but is worth every penny.

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