Cisco AP1242 <-> Intel PRO/Wireless NIC no connect

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Aug 7th, 2007

Hello,

i try to connect a Notebook with an integrated Intel PRO/Wireless NIC to an AP1240. Both are comletely blind to each other. The NIC can see another AP (FritzBOX WLAN) without problems. When inserting a CISCO PCM352 NIC its all ok, too. But its wishful to use the integrated one. The 1240 is only configured with IP Address and a SSID, without security and things, for troubleshooting issues. Does anyone have an idea ?

Oh.. i updated the AP and the NIC with the most actual firmware and drivers.

Thanks in advance

wolfgang

I have this problem too.
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jim_pliss Tue, 08/07/2007 - 06:52

You might want to remove the Intel controller software and let windows manage the network connections. Install only the network card driver. I am assuming you are using windows. Also check out ms KB885453 might help you there too.

d-berlinski Tue, 08/07/2007 - 08:14

Those NIC cards are junk. We have them in a bunch of our laptops and we experience connection issues contantly. There are many articles out there on them. Avoid them if you can.

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