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Problems with MSN disconnecting

Fri May 05, 2006 7:11 pm

Hi all,

I'm being crazy, my customers are with problems with the connections of MSN that disconnects and reconnects all time.

What can I do to solve this problem???

I tested this by my self. If I use my MSN in my office I don't have problems, but if I use my MSN throught a wireless connection (in my house for example) I have problems with MSN, that disconnects all time.

I need to solve this because I've some customers who are wanting to cancel the contract with my company due to this problem.

While I'm wiriting this message my MSN messager disconnects 5 times.

I need help please!
 
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Re: Problems with MSN disconnecting

Sat May 06, 2006 12:02 am

Are your customers using WinXP and 802.11 cards to connect to the wireless network?

If so, once they are connected, disable WinXP's WZC (Wireless Zero Configuration).

You can get a load of information on WinXP problems with WiFi connections with a search engine.

We had to abondon PPPoE on our access points since WinXP's WZC would, by default, try to connect to other networks WAY too often and the PPPoE connection would be reset, dropping all connections going across the PPPoE link. Customers were NOT happy at all.

-Rich
 
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Re: Problems with MSN disconnecting

Sat May 06, 2006 12:14 am

Are your customers using WinXP and 802.11 cards to connect to the wireless network?

If so, once they are connected, disable WinXP's WZC (Wireless Zero Configuration).

You can get a load of information on WinXP problems with WiFi connections with a search engine.

We had to abondon PPPoE on our access points since WinXP's WZC would, by default, try to connect to other networks WAY too often and the PPPoE connection would be reset, dropping all connections going across the PPPoE link. Customers were NOT happy at all.

-Rich
good point, the WZC is very bad, i use PCI card and give the control to software or driver the PCI card, when use the Wireless zero config i have a problems, ufffffffffffffffffff arggg
 
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Sat May 06, 2006 1:48 am

Yes I'm using PCI cards on windows xp, but I've the same problem on customers that are using access points instead of pci cards.

How can I disable the WZC???

For default I uncheck the option in Properties of Wireless conection on Windows... are there another way to resolve this problem???
 
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Sat May 06, 2006 2:03 am

Yes I'm using PCI cards on windows xp, but I've the same problem on customers that are using access points instead of pci cards.

How can I disable the WZC???

For default I uncheck the option in Properties of Wireless conection on Windows... are there another way to resolve this problem???
well i use Edimax PCI cards, with chip Ralink, and this specific software, i can tell use Raconfig no WZC, but i dont know in you PCI card, what model is ,etc

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