I’ve had the router since November and all has worked fine before but the PC is brand new so it would be logical to assume something is wrong with the NIC drivers but I’ve tried three revisions and no change. Join the community here. Did you try a new cable they are easily screwed. They use more internal wires. Everything seems to be normal except that it will not go into “Connected” status. Last ditch the board you have warranty. The Port A is down message indicates the router is power cycling, the NIC gets disconnected then picks up the connection when it’s back.
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I’m not sure whether it’s the proper thread to post this, but I’d really appreciate some ideas as I’m completely stuck. However, what VCT reports makes no sense to me as it reports pairs and asua connected correctly I’d expect and For more information, see Help and Support Center at http: They use more internal wires. Did you try a new cable they are easily screwed.
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I have other NIC, so it is not critical. In XP Event viewer there are following messages: Join the community hereit only takes a minute. Join thousands of tech enthusiasts and participate. TechSpot Account Sign up for freeit takes 30 seconds. Naturally, before the change took place everything went fine.
Last ditch the board you have warranty. No, create an account now. TechSpot is dedicated to computer enthusiasts and power users. Port A is down Data: Ask a question and give support. Before changing the mobo which If done – would improve nothing started to fondle with the configuration of the controller, and Eurika it all works neat and fine, even with the cheapest set of cables I use for my daughter’s PC: The router is a netgear WGT You must log in or sign up to reply here.
After enabling it goes into “Network cable unplugged” state and stays there forewer. Do you already have an account? Everything seems to be normal except that it will not go into “Connected” status.
ASUS P4P800-E DLX and Gigabit LAN “Port A is down” problem
Anyone have a solution? I already tried several other straight-through cables, all the same. As far as I know it should work for BaseT as well – especially when gigabit device is forced to behave as BaseT.
But for BaseT you will need a Cat-6 cable for it to work. Pick the controller “Configure” and the choose “Advanced” Tab. Add your comment to this article You need to be a member to leave a comment.
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The cable used is standard patch CAT-5e cable supplied with cable modem. The IP address being used is Router My asux turned out the be the bittorrent client I was using was overloading the number of connections the router was able to handle 15, so I changed from Bitcomet to utorrent and accepted the default settings and all has been fine since and download speeds excellent. The Port A is down message indicates the router is power cycling, the NIC gets disconnected then picks up the connection when it’s back.