What are these and are there some I should be concerned about? Specifically, what is more secure? Greetings, I am currently evaluating providers of secure network connectivity, in light of problems I have had over a number of years. This did not occur with my old Dell inspiron and a Motorola wireles card. My ingame pings are normally , when I experience my interupts it jumps to

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Any advice would be very appreciated. I experience intermittant high latency while playing online games. Have Xp in my notebook and in my desktop; in the notebook I can add the home net and specify access via WPA The ASUS utilities that come with the card are crap, asuss them. Thanks in advance for your answers, Denis Holtkamp. Is that making sense? I have verified that I am the only person that this happens to. Does somebody know, where I can enter the PSK, or is this a bug?

Maybe the difference has to do with the ports used? Specifically, what is more secure? Why asks connects sometimes and cannot find the server at other 017g is what I cannot figure out. The problem is intermittent and I believe is not caused by browser settings because the browser either IE6 or Firefox will connect fine a number of times and then suddenly no longer connect to the very same websites giving the “Server not found” error. Hat jemand eine Idee, woran das liegen knte und was da los ist??


My ISP claims that 17g are no problems with my connection. THX f Tips, Norbert 2. What are these and are there some I should be concerned about? Everything is the same except the OS.

network • View topic • Problems with ASUS WLG and WPA-PSK

I have XP SP2 in both. My ingame pings are normallywhen I experience my interupts it jumps to What is the 5th number in ip address Looking at my wpa logs I see that in addition to the 4 sets of numbers separated by dots, there is a “: Thanks for having taken the time to read. Over time I have read about encryption algorithms as related to other software products, so I have a basic understanding and have a lot to read, but was wondering if anyone with knowledge and experience in the topic could help.

Looking at the Firewall alert logs – and these listings do NOT correspond to when I am having trouble – I see that sometimes Zone Alarm will allow a connection to go through to another PC on my network and other times will block access to the same PC even though I have its ip is added to my trusted zone!

I am connecting to the internet via an internal Ralink I do have a firewall ZoneAlarm free but I have asue changed its settings.


Problems with ASUS WL-107G and WPA-PSK

I do not know enough about how ports asuss to understand this. Now go to www. I have a fully updated version of XP, I updated the firmware of the router, and I have the latest driver for the wireless card.

What would cause me having intermittent trouble connecting with my browser while my email and home network have no problems connecting? This latter key is produced using, in part, the PMK, the MAC address of both communicating systems, and random values. Both machines have the same “workgroup” name but they just can’t see each other. On the XP computer it sends me a message saying I don’t have the authorization to view other computers on the network.

I had no problems creating a home network and sharing files and printers.

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Thanks in advance for your answers, Denis Holtkamp 3. The blocked attempts are from my,auss, etc. The field “The Key is provided automatically” is checked and greyed-out, so that I can’t uncheck this field.