What is the start time of the router

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Wlan router takes a long time to start -> delay?

tobi16 / 6 replies / tree view Nickles

My idea was to connect the whole clutter to a master / slave socket as always, and when the computer starts up, all peripheral devices also come on.

Great thing. When I also connected the router to the bar, I first thought that there would be problems because of the time it takes for the router to connect - but no -

he connected in good time before the Windows 7 laptop was ready, everything went wonderfully.

Until yesterday.

Suddenly no connection. If you have to restart the router afterwards, then it works.

Well, weird, first you can, then no more ...

Can I set up a start delay so that it still works?

If so, what exactly would that look like?

thanks

mi ~ wetobi16

"Wlan router takes a long time to start -> delay?"

Hm .... start times of different lengths for computers and routers shouldn't really be a problem. Windows "annoys" the router (via DHCP) until it answers.

It is not the case that Windows only tries to establish an Internet connection when it starts up. If you restart the router during operation, for example, the internet connection is gone for a certain time. As soon as the router is ready again, the internet connection is back.

Maybe yesterday was just a swallowed router ?!

"It would be stupid to be angry with the world. It doesn't care." (Marc Aurel) tobi16mi ~ we

"Hm .... start times of different lengths for the computer and ..."

Oh, right, thank you, that's true of course.

No, it has been - and I reported something wrong - in reality for a few days.

Maybe sometimes with good luck, but most of the time the connection is just not there.

So what could it be?

mi ~ wetobi16

“Oh, right, thank you, that's true of course. No, it ..."

What does 'ipconfig / all' show you on the Windows computer? Is the network card configured properly there?

In the router's configuration menu, there should also be a status page somewhere where you can see whether the router (after starting) has a correctly set up internet connection.

If both of these work, the internet should actually work ...

"It would be stupid to be angry with the world. It doesn't care." (Marc Aurel) tobi16mi ~ we

"What does the Windows computer show you in the ..."

the Internet works fine, but not right away after the PC has started.

Either start the PC again or the router.

Today I had to restart the router twice, the first time I probably didn't wait long enough before switching it on again. But then everything goes as usual.

So I think ipconfig / all will then display everything properly (I'm not on this PC at the moment, I won't be able to do it again until tomorrow)

mi ~ wetobi16

"The internet works fine, but not straight away after ..."

Weird thing. It has happened to me more than once in my life that I switched on the computer and it then indicated "no internet connection". Router was still switched off. So I ran into the other room, switched on the router, waited a bit and internet connection was there. Then never had any problems because of it.

So you have to wait to see if a real expert can tell you more about it here.

"It would be stupid to be angry with the world. It doesn't care." (Marc Aurel) tobi16mi ~ we

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