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kanewolf said:

Running your NAS and router on the same hardware is not a great idea.

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I strongly disagree. This is a common combo, every major router manufacturer has made this combo for a decade now, and many more consumer routers support connecting a hard drive via USB.


kanewolf said:

DIY router is a waste of hardware when companies like Mikrotik sell enterprise feature set routers for $60.

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Those are not what a truly enterprise system would use, and have relatively weak with features due to severe hardware constraints. In fact, true enterprise systems will have a similar, though typically much larger, system just with separate APs because they have to cover such a wide area and more clients than a single subnet.

I’ve tried a ton of routers and have not been happy with them, and have some specialized needs that make this a great option for me. It’s also very much not going to be like the average router, but rather comprehensive and with plenty of room to grow. This will take over many of my smaller, weaker, highly specialized pieces throughout the house and work much more elegantly and efficiently. This is going to require a lot of work and, because of that, it was not a decision made lightly nor without extensive research and experience.

 

Sours: https://forums.tomshardware.com/threads/dell-9020-wifi-6-and-ethernet-cards.3694127/

Hi,
My name is Mohammed Shuaib, an Independent Advisor and I'm here to assist you with the issue of Intel Wifi adapter. Please follow the below to fix the issue.

Fix #1:
Step 1:
Go to search box next to Windows icon and type CMD

Step 2:
Right-click on Command Prompt and select Run As Administrator

Step 3:
Type msdt.exe -id DeviceDiagnostic and press enter.

Step 4:
Restart PC

Fix #2
Step 1:
Go to the Search box next to Windows Icon & type Troubleshoot.

Step 2:
Under Find and Fix other problems select Network Adapter

Step 3:
Then click on Run the Troubleshooter

Step 4:
Restart the PC


Let me know the status after performing the above.


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Hi,
My name is Mohammed Shuaib, an Independent Advisor and I'm here to assist you with the issue of Intel Wifi adapter. Please follow the below to fix the issue.

Fix #1:
Step 1:
Go to search box next to Windows icon and type CMD

Step 2:
Right-click on Command Prompt and select Run As Administrator

Step 3:
Type msdt.exe -id DeviceDiagnostic and press enter.

Step 4:
Restart PC

Fix #2
Step 1:
Go to the Search box next to Windows Icon & type Troubleshoot.

Step 2:
Under Find and Fix other problems select Network Adapter

Step 3:
Then click on Run the Troubleshooter

Step 4:
Restart the PC


Let me know the status after performing the above.


Regards
Shuaib
Independent Advisor

Hi Mohammed, Fix #1 absolutely worked!!! Thank you much, you're a genius!!

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I'm glad to hear that the issue is now resolved.

Let me know if anything else I can assist you with.

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Hi. Neither of these two suggestions fixed the issue for us. Any other suggestions? 

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Hey Kerrie,

I had a similar problem where the suggested solutions didn't work.

I then installed the Intel Driver and Support Assistant (Intel® Driver & Support Assistant) and everything started working again.

Not sure if it will work for you (if you are still having problems), but thought I'd let you know just in case.

All the best,

Vincent.

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Sours: https://answers.microsoft.com/en-us/windows/forum/all/intelr-wifi-6-ax201-160mhz-adapter-experiencing/144e444b-56b1-45db-873a-334c15976316
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Issue connecting my new DELL latitude 7310 wireless to RBR20

Dear community,

 

I bought my ORBI RBR20 (+one satellite) two years ago : no issue so far. Many devices connected (imac, macbook, chromecast, iphones of all family...) : all good, power signal, no disconnection. Happy.

Last week, I replaced my old laptop (DELL latitude 7280) by a new one (LATITUDE 7310) and the issues started... Unhappy.

This 7310 has no ethernet socket so go wireless is the only option.

The issue is the signal is detected by my DELL (I see the Orbi network), sometimes I can connect (sometimes I just can't even though signal is powerful) and if I can, I get disconnected after a couple of minutes. 

Note that my ORBI is linked with ethernet cable to my internet supplier Box (on which Wifi is disabled).

Still no issues with other devices, only issue is my DELL 7310. Note also that my new DELL connects to all other networks I tried (at work, at friend's). It seems it has only an issue with this ORBI device.

I tried the following :

- Forget the nework and reconnect

- reboot my internet box

- reboot my orbi main and satellite

- Reset both orbi main and satellite and reinstall (no change to factory settings)

- Update firmware in ORBI (it says V2.6.2.104 is the last available)

- Update the wireless driver on my DELL to get the latest one

All I can tink of is an incompatibility between the DELL wireless driver and the ORBI firmware.

Any ideas guys ? Any settings that would need to be modified to make it work?

Many thanks for your help.

PS : sorry for my english, not my first language.

Sours: https://community.netgear.com/t5/Orbi/Issue-connecting-my-new-DELL-latitude-7310-wireless-to-RBR20/m-p/2102431
How to install WIFI 6 in your laptop! Intel ax200 Dell XPS 9570

I did some more digging and this is a known issue for intel cards with older drivers (which I will assume you have given you are experiencing this problem).  The problem is described here:  https://www.intel.com/content/www/us/en/support/articles/000054799/wireless/intel-wireless-products.... ("Intel® Wireless Adapter Supporting 802.11ac Isn't Showing Wi-Fi 6 (802.11ax) Capable Wireless Routers and Access Points When Displaying Available Networks").

Depending on which card you have, you need an intel driver later than 20.70.0.5, later than 19.51.14.1, or later than 18.33.13.4.  (Dell-provided drivers may use different numbers).  Go to device manager (click the "start/windows" button, type device manager), click "network adapters" to expand it, and see what type of wireless card you have. 

Assuming you have 64 bit windows, if you have an Intel AC 9560, 9462, 9461, 9260, 8265, 8260, 3165, or 3168 try these drivers:  https://downloadcenter.intel.com/download/30208/Windows-10-Wi-Fi-Drivers-for-Intel-Wireless-Adapters

If you have a 7265 card, it's complicated.  Revision D can use the above link.  Revision C can use this link:  https://downloadcenter.intel.com/download/28822/Intel-PROSet-Wireless-Software-and-Drivers-for-Intel...  It may be easier just to try both packages, but this link explains how to tell which you have (https://www.intel.com/content/www/us/en/support/articles/000026395/wireless.html)

If you have an AC 3160, try this link:  https://downloadcenter.intel.com/download/28817/Intel-PROSet-Wireless-Software-and-Drivers-for-Intel...

If you have something else, tell me, though that covers (I think) all of the affected products listed in the Intel article.

 

 

Sours: https://www.dell.com/community/Inspiron/Network-Driver-for-WiFi-6-Dell-Inspiron-5558-with-Windows-10-can/td-p/7820098

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AX6000 - Wireless SSIDs not showing on an Inspiron 5559

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At this point I seem to think the problem is in the h/w on the LAPTOP.

 

First, open DEVICE MANAGER ( use the Windows Key + R and enter devmgmt.msc) and look at the NETWORK card. Does it have any error when you double click on it? No, what I'd try is RIGHT MOUSE button on the device and UNINSTALL the device. The once that is done, click on ACTION in the menu bar and SCAN FOR HARDWARE CHANGES. They SHOULD reinstall the device.

 

Now test and see if it works.

 

This would be the same as removing the device from the LAPTOP if it isn't inside the case.

 

Another thought... The R7000 is AC speed. The AX6000 is AX. Of course this is for the 5Ghz SSID, but that could be a clue here. Some 'older' AX network adapters DO NOT work with all AX routers. Wonder if this is playing into it? First thing I'd do about this as be sure you have the LATEST driver for the adapter, see the Dell site, https://www.dell.com/support/home/en-us/product-support/product/inspiron-15-5559-laptop/drivers.

 

Supposedly this is a Intel 3160/3165/7260/7265 WiFi Driver and the last one is V 21.10.1.1488, A07 from 1/22/2020.

 

Now Dell sometimes makes changes to match its h/w in drivers, sometimes they do NOT publish the latest, either because the product is no longer sold, has been replaced with an newer version, or has not fully tested the latest release. Might want t check INTEL's site to see if they have a later version too.

 

Alternatively, while still in DEVICE MANAGER, and you've opened the device, click on the ADVANCED tab, and towards the bottom you'll find WIRELESS MODE. Use the PULLDOWN on the right (probably showing AUTO) and SELECT one that DOESN'T include AX, save and disconnect/reconnect and see if that works.

Sours: https://community.tp-link.com/us/home/forum/topic/242346
How to upgrade your laptop to WiFi 6 (802.11ax)

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