I map an N2100 folder as a network drive for a wireless laptop running Windows Vista (mapped using UNC; i.e. \\192.168...\folder) and this works. However, after a period of inactivity the Vista laptop goes into sleep mode, and the problem is, when the laptop wakes up, the network will reconnect to the router after about a minute (internet works), but the connection to the N2100 folder remains lost. Even trying to disconnect the mapped drive and remap it doesn't work. I must reboot the laptop in order to be able to remap to the N2100.
Post by transparentopacity on Jan 11, 2009 17:52:06 GMT 7
I have a similar problem; when waking my PC from sleep mode all wireless network connections are dropped, however if I disconnect and reconnect to the network in the 'Connect to' menu it corrects this problem. I think this is Vista related, rather than N2100 though