06-16-2012 02:06 PM
Having bought another Linksys WAP54G to connect it the same way as before, i am recieving the same problems.
Are any there any other suggestions?
06-17-2012 01:08 AM
Hi, for your concern you need to make sure that the concern has been properly isolated. Try to connect the computer to the Netgear 4-port adapter, then check if your computer will be able to get online or get a valid ip address. After that, configure the settings of the WAP54G, assign a static ip address, subnet mask and default gateway to the WAP54G. You may also try to set a diferrent ssid to your WAP54G for isolation.
06-17-2012 11:13 AM
07-05-2012 08:35 AM
Yes the firmware is already upgraded.
Can anyone recommend an extender/access point that works well with the netgear powerline system, particularly one that would work with a LInksys WAG200G router at the other end of the powerline?
07-06-2012 05:37 AM
Based on the scenario that you mentioned above, laptop was able to get online when connected to the power so hypothetically the WAP connected to the power line should be able to work as well. As long as the laptop get's a valid ip address from the WAP and the ip address of the WAP connected to he powerline is w/in range with that of the router then the computer should be able to ping the router. If not then there could be something wrong with the WAP since you have exhausted all the possible troubleshooting. You can also consider calling tech support for further assistance.