Posted: Fri Apr 23, 2010 9:32 am Post subject: Problem connecting CE6 H/PC to router
I've got a couple of problems with my Chinese Windows CE 6 netbook. This may be familiar to certain members of this forum as I've posted it elsewhere:
I'm having a problem connecting my Chinese H/PC to a wireless 3G router. I'm not sure if the issue is with the the H/PC or the router, as I can connect to other APs with the H/PC, but other PCs can connect to the 3G router. Perhaps it's a bit of both. This is the post I made in the support forum for the router:
My Windows CE device has problems connecting to my Solwise NET-3G-3GWIFIMRW router, I often get Authenticated to [SSID] and then Reauthenticating to [SSID] messages popping up. The DHCP server is active, but the netbook lacks a DHCP IP address at this stage (0.0.0.0), or sometimes gets 169.254.100.111.
It's the same even if I load the router's factory defaults, with no encryption.
I've made another boring video [click here]. It shows my Windows CE netbook connecting to my home AP (SSID South), then failing to connect to the 3G Router (SSID Dolcetto). It connects for an instant near the end of the clip (there were several minutes chopped out before this), then goes back into the authentication loop.
[Later] I've managed to get the netbook to connect by giving it a fixed IP. Now I get Connected ... most of the time, but every 10 seconds or so it says Reauthenticating ... (the WPA Rekey timer is set to 600s, so it isn't this). Once I even managed to get to the router setup page, but only once!
If I ping the router on 192.168.1.1 then I get ping transmit failed error 11010. I think this relates to WSA_QOS_ADMISSION_FAILURE not sure if this is another pink fish.
Any suggestions what the Authentication messages mean, and how to fix it? _________________ --
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