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azboiler is offline Old Post 07-02-2003 09:59 PM
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Angry dlink 624 and tivo wireless g connections

Well, I have tried 6 different adapters now and ran through a million different settings on my dlink 624 router. I was trying to avoid buying a new router to connect to my tivo, which has no phone connection available. I have to inform anyone out there with a dlink 624 to STOP TRYING RIGHT NOW, save your time. It does NOT work under any setting or circumstance. I am going to salvage my 802.11g network and buy a wrtg54 from linksys, update the firmware, run it in mixed mode with my new wusb12 adapter. This works with the firmware update according to several in this forum. So my laptops g performance will be lousy, but I will have a wireless network intact with part-time g capabilities with my tivo up and running. I wish I would have cut to the chase 2 weeks ago. I have 1 day left in my guide data.

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Talking finally!! my g network works with tivo

removed dlink 624 wireless g air extreme router. replaced with linksys wrtg54. didn't even have to update the firmware. wusb12 on the tivo updated itself from the tivo. wrtg54 runs in mixed b/g mode. tivo connectivity and update is a success and my laptop still registers between 22-48mbps running on a dlink air extreme g card. Complete bliss!!!!!

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Is it me or is Linksys the only company that makes wirless products that JUST WORK RIGHT OUT OF THE BOX???

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Actually, there are many postings here of people who have had numerous problems with the LinkSys WUSB11 wireless USB adapter. The LinkSys WUSB12 adapter seems to have solved many of those problems.

I think its more a matter of LinkSys just being in the market for more time and they've had more time to work out the issues.

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I've got the DI 624 and it works great with my laptop, right out of the box. Had to fiddle a minute or two with the WAN settings, but not the wireless. My TiVo is wired to the 624 and works fine. They sit next to each other so I have no need to try to go wireless with it.

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Solution! (sorta)

I was having problems connecting to a D-Link 624 w/ a Linksys USB Wireless adapter (which worked fine connecting to my old SMC wireless barricade).

I ended up getting a $29 linksys USB100M, plugging that into the tivo, and running a short cable to a linksys WET11 wireless ethernet bridge (which I happened to have lying around from my old Tivo 1/TivoNet). Worked like a charm.

Not the ideal solution, but it works, so im happy.

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