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Re: acer aspire one - wireless ethernet

Frank Cox wrote:
On Tue, 4 Nov 2008 22:48:32 -0600
Frank Cox <theatre sasktel net> wrote:

I'm pretty sure it's something to do with higher transfer speed that you get
with a local file copy versus something that's coming in over the internet.
The Acer is apparently sending something unexpected to the router that causes
the wireless functions of the router to lock up.  The wired connections to the
router continue to work normally.

The router is a "Belkin Wireless G".

I wonder if there is some kind of a "stop for a moment because I'm overloaded"
command that the Acer is sending to the router, and forgetting to tell the
router to start again afterward.

I just filed this here:


I was just setting up a Trendnet wireless G router for another purpose and
decided to take advantage of the opportunity to put the Acer Aspire One on it
and copy some large files.

Doing exactly the same thing in exactly the same way (with the same files)
through the Trendnet router works perfectly.  There is no lockup.

Therefore, the problem lies somewhere in the interaction of the Acer Aspire One
and the Belkin Wireless G router.

Check the firmware on the router - it may need update.

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