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My BT3-X Works Well, Except One Thing: It Will Not Connect to the WLAN

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 Author| Post time 2019-09-10 22:33:55 | Show all posts
beelink, why did you switch to Italian?


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 Author| Post time 2019-09-11 01:08:05 | Show all posts
Edited by spaceman at 2019-09-11 16:29

In any case, I solved the problem.


My old Router was the problem.
In general, most devices could successfully connect to that old router via Wi-Fi,
but 2 devices in my house couldn't.
(1 of them is the Beelink Mini-PC)

So I switched to a new router, and now the Beelink BT3-X connects perfectly.


Thank you all for your help
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Post time 2019-09-12 23:20:01 | Show all posts
Edited by BobSmith8768 at 2019-09-12 23:21
spaceman replied at 2019-09-11 01:08
In any case, I solved the problem.

That's great to hear--I had a feeling it was some sort of incompatibility. Just curious as I have an older router that will need replacing, what was the new model you purchased? I'll assume it was one of the latest wireless AC's?
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 Author| Post time 2019-09-13 00:48:30 | Show all posts
Hi BobSmith

The old router was a 3COM router (you can understand how old it is just from the name, since that company no longer exists),
the new router is TP-Link - TD-W9970.
It's a b,g,n router (Wi-Fi speed upto 300Mbps),
that includes a VDSL2 modem (DSL speed upto 100Mbps)
https://www.tp-link.com/au/home- ... em-router/td-w9970/

It has no ac, for home use this is enough for most of the people.

Please note that If you internet connection is not DSL, then buying a router without a built-in modem should be cheaper..
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 Author| Post time 2019-09-15 14:39:54 | Show all posts
Hi BobSmith


I answered here a few days ago,
but the reply doesn't appear here for some reason,
so I will write again.


The Modem+Router that I bought does not have Wi-Fi AC..

It is TP-Link TD-W9970, which supports b,g,n,
which for home use should be more than enough for most people..
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Post time 2019-09-16 00:57:57 | Show all posts

Thanks spaceman, I'll check it out!
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