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    Default limited or no connectivity issues ..helpp...

    when wimax connected it goes well..but it s getting disconnected more frequently saying limited or no connectivity...i always download something so i never keep idle ...so any solution plz?????

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    Quote Originally Posted by sritcs View Post
    when wimax connected it goes well..but it s getting disconnected more frequently saying limited or no connectivity...i always download something so i never keep idle ...so any solution plz?????
    Hello,

    Limited or No connectivity may be cause of lack of proper configuration

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    s u r rite..my signal strength is too low...that should the cause...

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    Default Regarding bsnl broadband

    iam using W3002G4 modem my download speed is 10 to 20kbp/s how to increase the speed.pls help

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    if u want to increase ur sped go for a plan that gives u high speed, there is no other way, best would be call the CC of reliance wimax and ask for help. They will be more than happy to help

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    Its ur signal strength call cust care ....u need to realign the wimax antenna i also faced the same problem was not getting ip for long time , ping to website breaking.... slow speed,so i check my signal strength it was 3 - 9 and flucuating.... so called them ....first and idiot picked up telling me to delete cookies etc.....disconnected call again got through tech dept....and they sent an engineer to realign the antenna.....

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    Default hi i have same issue

    dear all,
    i have same issue and find out the soltion for that is as like follows

    1. remove disable lan connection
    and remove all cables
    2. go to CMD (plz. run as administrator)
    3. type IPCONFIG/FLUSHDNS
    4. type IPCONFIG/RELEASE
    5. type IPCONFIG/RENEW

    RESTART THE PC

    AFTER THAT swich on the power supply (do not put the cable in)

    look at your crossover cable change the point

    not pur the power cable frst.
    the the corssover cable

    not wait for the signal

    look

    it might be slow frst but it will become fast afterwords

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    @ sritcs

    Lodge a complaint. Reliance customer care will send you a technician who will realign the antenna for you and check the signal strength.

    You can check the signal strength yourself doing the following:
    Manually set your LAN ip to 192.168.1.10
    Subnet 255.255.255.0
    Gateway 192.168.1.1

    And press ok.


    now open IE. And in address bar type 192.168.1.1

    A login window will open.

    Use username as :admin
    Pass :admin

    Log into your Subscriber station and check the antenna signal strength values. You will see two values, 1 is +ve and 1 dl cinr -ve value.

    if this -ve value is in range of -70 to -75 and +ve value closer to 25, your connection is absolutely fine and problem is on server side. But say the+ve value is near or less than 20 and -ve value is in range of -50 to -65, you have a problem right there and your antenna needs realignment ( slight 1-5 degrees only, thats why the alignment is crucial ).

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