Linksys wrt160n validating identity

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And in case anyone says it is the router, I can take a Linksys PAP2T and it pulls a ip from DHCP and works immediately. I can set an ip address manually but the M3 won't see the router.

However, I take the M3 to my office and my Sonicwall TZ190 and the M3 play well together. That program is a network protocol analyzer which can record all packets in your network.

To analyse a setup you will need a network hub (no switch or router) between the m3 and the router, so your computer can monitor the traffic between those devices: (click to enlarge image)The Hub works like a distributor and sends the packets to all devices (except the sender). Start the record before connecting the snom m3, so the DHCP process will be captured.

Do this with your different routers and compare the logs with the working setup at your office.

Any ideas as to how to make the M3 work with any of the 3 routers I have listed above. To analyse a setup you will need a network hub (no switch or router) between the m3 and the router, so your computer can monitor the traffic between those devices: (click to enlarge image)The Hub works like a distributor and sends the packets to all devices (except the sender). Start the record before connecting the snom m3, so the DHCP process will be captured.

And in case anyone says it is the router, I can take a Linksys PAP2T and it pulls a ip from DHCP and works immediately. Do this with your different routers and compare the logs with the working setup at your office. That program is a network protocol analyzer which can record all packets in your network.

I don't have any hubs available and I am not about to go out and spend the money for one to solve a problem with the M3. If I can't get a resolution to this, I will discontinue using the M3s and no longer recommend any Snom phones. Why should you stop recommending good wired phones when the only dect phone still has some problems? It's obvious that the firmwares of those phone types have few in common (versions, features and so on).

Back to topic: You should not have solved a problem for snom, but you could easier identify your DHCP problems with an appropriate tool like Wireshark.

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I've looked at several UTube videos and read some online instructions, but they all different a bit. I have an old Toshiba LT that just keeps on tickin'.

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My Network Adapter is an Atheros AR5001X Wireless Network Adapter (and says "this device is working properly".

I've tried disabling, entering all the info, not entering the info, unchecking the "Enable IEEE 802.1x authentication" (and everytime I go into it, it's checked again) changed the to "Open" and "AES" to WPA (which it is) and TKIP and the password is correct, rebooting the router, moved the laptop around (the router was in my room, now it's in thnxt room and it : "Validating identity" and "could not find a certficate to log you on to the network".

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