After you create your account, you'll be able to customize options and access all our 15,000 new posts/day with fewer ads. Netgear says that it is not possible that the old SSID is being broadcast from the router - as we've changed all the settings. I don't believe it's my card, because I have since formatted my computer and ran several operating systems all of which had shown the old SSID in the list of available Our connection had been unstable lately - we're we sucking their bandwidth?
From the Manage wireless networks window or did you delete using Merge or delete or did you do both?Have you also simply tried resetting the router, ie. Streaming services now buffer constantly (was perfect before) and speeds overall are fairly inconsistent. Our connection had been unstable lately - we're we sucking their bandwidth? plus all the jargon about setting them up together baffles me...
still broadcasting. Are you sure the IP is exactly the same? I've tried to disable the original network in Wireless settings. Please help me understand this problem. 5 commentsshareall 5 commentssorted by: besttopnewcontroversialoldrandomq&alive (beta)[–]lantech 0 points1 point2 points 1 year ago(1 child)You're picking up a neighbors router.
Does deactivating a user in Salesforce remove them from the license count of a managed package? Sounds like most of your problems are misconfiguration, and that's not the router's fault.Click to expand... My biggest concern with this is that my WiFi speeds seem to be suffering. However sometimes when my laptop connect it still show up as BIG BAD BOSS, but my SSID is actually BIG BAD POPPA.For example, on the bottom of my laptop it will
Level 1 (95 points) Jan 1, 2011 2:26 PM in response to Robert Mills! If you have one, try unplugging it and see if the old names go away. Why does my SELECT DISTINCT TOP N query scan the entire table? Report Post Reply 0 Likes Ch3nks Director Posts: 2,960 Post 6 of 6 488 Views Re: Old router SSID still broadcasting even though not connected!