I think it's almost close to timing out, or maybe even is?
I restarted the laptop and tried it 4-5 times and every time the same, but it always did make the connection eventually.
Once the connection is made I get full bars on the wireless and the speed is good.
I'm wondering if the security is slowing it down, but then why would the actual speed once you made that connection be fast.
I have already updated the firmware to the latest version.
As the capabilities of home networking devices have increased, so has the ability of the computers and mobile devices that consumers use to remember the passwords or keys required to access networks setup by Link Sys routers.
Unfortunately, if the password is removed from cache on your computer or phone it can then prove difficult to access the network.
I'm not sure what the normal time-frame is for this?
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