02-27-2014 6:12 PM
Last week Uverse internet was installed in my apartment.
Everything was working perfect and could not be happier!
Then two days ago I came home and to my surprise my laptop was not connected to my network.
I was like ooohh whattt! so I then try to connect to it and it just kept saying cant connect or it would connect
and disconnect. Then I realized it is like this in my ipad it says cannot connect to network or my iphone but my iphone works for a good while then disconnects.
When the network does show up its at full bars but cannot connect to it. I even move my laptop right next to the router and still is unable to connect. However, the desktop thats right next to the router works flawlessly.
I have two ps3's that also work without a hassle and they are plenty far from my router. I cannot figure out what the issue is.
I tried a factory reset on the router but that didnt do much. I also tried manually putting the entwork on my pc and still nothing. I had to leave my house but what I saw on my desktop was that the router password is inputted as tkip and when i look at the laptops it thinks it is AES. Now i changed it to tkip on the laptop but had to leave to school. Why do you guys think this happen out of no where? I mean it was working perfect for a couple of days then randomly stopped on the ipad and two laptops and sometime on my iphone.
02-27-2014 8:57 PM
On the U-verse modem has a sticker..It is yellow color .
It say SSID : ATT ###
then wireless network key : ####
The stickr is on the side of the modem..
02-27-2014 9:32 PM
02-28-2014 7:50 AM
So it seems that although i have perfect signal and the computer and laptop are in line of seight of the router it apperently is too far for it to work which is only about 20 feet from the router. Why is this? and its with the ipad. laptop and iphone but when im like 5 feet from it it works perfectly fine
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02-28-2014 1:03 PM - edited 02-28-2014 1:31 PM
That does say it is 802.11 N - To eliminate "cold spots"
If you have an att N router, maybe others in the apartment do too & you will have lost the chance for moving to uniqueness by applying N.
02-28-2014 2:41 PM
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