10-30-2006 04:26 PM
10-11-2007 06:08 PM - edited 10-11-2007 06:08 PM
09-12-2009 06:41 AM
This looks like as bug with AP Isolation on the WRT160N V3 (Jan 2009 firmware):
I start by not having AP Isolation enabled, and I can connect wirelessly to the router (WPA2), and get routed onto the internet.
I enable AP Isolation, and I lose connectivity to the internet. I cannot ping the routers internet facing IP Address. However, my wired PC internet connectivity is unaffected.
I disable AP Isolation, and I do not regain internet connectivity from my wireless laptop until I have left it sit there for hours and something times out or resets itself. Performing router internet interface IP address release/renew, powering off/on and re-booting all devices does not speed up the process.
I perform this process twice with the same result.
Wireless laptop is a Lenovo T400 with Intel 5100 wireless chipset, IBM Access Connections v5.02, and XP SP3
Does anybody know the fix for this ?