kern.mann at RPL.LIB.NH.US
Wed Nov 7 10:48:10 EST 2012
Is it possible that this is a wireless N issue? I've seen it with newer
PC's (not Mac yet). The solution I've used for these problems is to
turn off power management of the wireless card. Device Manger> Network
Adaptors> Your Wireless Card> Properties> Power Management tab> Allow
the computer to turn off this device to save power. Uncheck the box.
I hope this also helps with your issue!
Library Systems Technician
Rochester Public Library
Rochester NH 03867
kern.mann at rpl.lib.nh.us
On 11/7/2012 10:11 AM, Murphy, Michael P. wrote:
> Hi all,
> I am a Technology Services Librarian at a public library in
> Connecticut, and I am experiencing some bizarre WiFi issues that I’m
> hoping you could shed some light on for me. In short, our library
> recently purchased a Cisco WiFi router after our previous one gave out
> (it is used only for public access), and for the most part it works
> fine, except that some users, specifically Apple users (including Ipad
> and Macbooks) and those using Windows 7 (but not all of them?) cannot
> receive internet access (but they CAN to the router) without me
> resetting the router. Once I reset the router they are good to go from
> then on out. I have experienced no issues whatsoever with those using
> Windows XP and Vista, and my Android devices work just fine. I’m
> totally perplexed. Any ideas?
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