Wireless keeps dropping out

Hi all,

I'm having the following problem with my wireless network, and was wondering if anyone could shed some light :)

- Problem - Notebook on it's own works fine, connects properly to the wireless network and stays connected - Bridge on it's own works fine, with my gaming console having complete internet access - It's only when I try to use both at the same time is that they drop out, i.e. Notebook will say 'connected', then 'no wireless network available' to 'connected again' - Gaming console keeps dropping in and out. - Switching either piece of equipment off, gives full functionality to the other.

- Equipment: - Desktop PC with Windows Media Center - Belkin Wireless Router hard wired to Desktop - Adsl modem hanging off Router - IBM Centrino Notebook - D-Link G810 wireless bridge connected to gaming console

- Setup - Router set to channel 11, broadcasting ssid, and with 128-bit WEP. - DHCP server enabled, and DHCP enabled on both notebook and gaming console - WCZ on desktop PC disabled - All firewalls turned off (for debugging purposes)

What am I doing wrong!

If anyone could give me any help, it would be much appreciated, as I am already pulling my hair out trying to figure out what the problem is.

Thanks in advance.

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Flash the router with the version of the firmware it is currently using or a later version and see if that doesn't fix the problem. Sometimes the firmware is not working right and the router needs to be flashed.

Duane :)

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Duane Arnold

Nope, didn't work for me :(

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