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  1. HansTWN's Avatar
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    I have a new router in my home, the Cisco E4200. The Touchpad cannot connect when I set wireless security to WPA2, neither on the 5 GHZ nor the 2.4 GHZ channel, even though the Touchpad sees both networks (the Touchpad is 5 GHZ capable). I had to downgrade to WPA and then everything works fine.

    But on every other router I have tried to connect to with WPA2 security the Touchpad connects just fine. That includes 2 other routers we have in different locations and various routers in Hotels, coffee shops, etc.

    Does anyone have similar problems?
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    have you tried updating the firmware for the router?
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    Quote Originally Posted by ccx View Post
    have you tried updating the firmware for the router?
    I already have the latest firmware. The problem seems to be new routers, each one of my old routers does fine, but this is the latest model.
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    I have a Cisco AP1142 and it works fine... but then again the E4200 and 1142 are very different.
    "I haven't failed. I've just found 10,000 ways that won't work."
    Thomas Edison
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    I've been having issues with my Sky Sagem router. Sometimes the Touchpad will connect automatically, then other times it won't even see the network. I either have to recycle the wi-fi on and off, or do a reboot. My laptop and desktop don,t have any of these issues. Plus I can always see the other networks that are close by, just not my own! Secured using WPA.

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