04-12-2013 01:05:17 PM
Hi, I have this ATT-provided device (B90-7550) and use it almost exclusively as a wireless router/access point and DHCP server. All of my PCs and other devices get an IP address fine but two (of the same type ... Android tablets) can never get an address. I have manually configured them to have a static address and they still do not work. The security is set to WPA PSK. These tablets work with every other DHCP server I have tried (including 3 other wireless routers I have at home, at work, in public, at hotels, etc.). Again, the router works with all of my other devices and my devices work with many other access points but not with this Netgear.
Here is a snapshot from the log file and this is the MAC address of the tablet:
Sorry for the formatting.....
04-12-2013 08:48:54 PM
Also try WPA/WPA2 mixed security
You should also "forget" this network on your Android's network settings and try to reconnect. If you're using multiple routers that all have the same SSID, it can cause problems.
Your best bet, however, is to put the 7550 in to bridge mode and disable it's wireless and configure one of your other routers to be your primary router. The 7550 is a pretty good modem. But as a router.......not so much.
I see you're also getting the "setkey" error. They definitely need to update the firmware on the 7550.
04-15-2013 01:59:41 PM