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Possible problem: DLink DI 624 wireless router


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edrox

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OK

I had a trojan/virus attack this morning. I think I got everything cleaned out OK, but I still have a problem with my DI624.

When the router is in the data path, I can only stay connected to the internet for 1-2 minutes before the connection drops. If I take the router out of the path and connect directly to the modem, I can stay on indefinitely. help please!!!

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How many other users (if any) are connected to that router? are you using it for work or home? routers dont generaly get viruses, the only thing I could suggest is that your computer is being problematic, can you use another (maybe direct) connection to see if that works out?
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Only 2 computers - one wired one wireless

As I said in the first post, if I take the router out of the path and cirect connect to the cable modem, everything is fine

Edited by edrox, 03 June 2006 - 10:34 PM.

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Then it does sound like a problem with the router, I would reinstal the os on the router (I assume you can get into the cli interface)...
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