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    Default Help me, after using wep, my connection reset

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    HI, all

    I have some problem and question and need solution.
    Why is it that my wireless connection on my dekstop computer keeps on resetting? Everytime I download a program, it will go but then after a few minutes my internet wireless connection will cut and it will go back again. Is there a problem with my hardware? I am using a Z-com wireless router, my wireless client is LINKSYS WMP54G and SMC WPCI-G. I'm using wep Hex 128bit and filtering MAc ADDRESS, my desktop pc is about 5 meters away from the router. signal is "very good" and the speed default is 11.0 mbps. when resetting speed will change to 108 mbps. before I'm using wep, everything is good and no problem, but when i'm using wep problem come. what should I do? Your response is highly appreciated. Thank you...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bithedz View Post
    Sorry if my 1st thread OOT.

    HI, all

    I have some problem and question and need solution.
    Why is it that my wireless connection on my dekstop computer keeps on resetting? Everytime I download a program, it will go but then after a few minutes my internet wireless connection will cut and it will go back again. Is there a problem with my hardware? I am using a Z-com wireless router, my wireless client is LINKSYS WMP54G and SMC WPCI-G. I'm using wep Hex 128bit and filtering MAc ADDRESS, my desktop pc is about 5 meters away from the router. signal is "very good" and the speed default is 11.0 mbps. when resetting speed will change to 108 mbps. before I'm using wep, everything is good and no problem, but when i'm using wep problem come. what should I do? Your response is highly appreciated. Thank you...
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    Quote Originally Posted by streaker69 View Post
    What does this have to do with Backtrack or Pentesting?
    Thank for replying my message.

    Both, I'm using Bactrack 3 and Windows XP but problem still happen.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bithedz View Post
    Thank for replying my message.

    Both, I'm using Bactrack 3 and Windows XP but problem still happen.
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    Just a recommendation if your 5 meters from the AP why don't you just use a cable?

    I recommend starting with a clean state, fully reboot your router with factory settings.

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