Try also running with TKIP only and see if that works. I'd be curious to see what happens then.
Oddly, the router does not offer that option.. just TKIP and AES or AES.. Before anyone else asks, I do have the most recent firmware on the router.
Broadcasting SSID, Mixed BGN signal with WPA2 Personal security with AES only. and it's working just fine.
So, unless the router sends SSID, no go with droid? They will not turn that on at office. So, if it is on, I connect and then SSID is hidden, the connection goes away as well.
What a revoltin circumstance.
I had the same issue ... I could find the SSID, connect to the Linksys WRT160N Router, authenticate with the proper ID... but could not surf the web.
I connected to my router (192.168.1.1) and under WIRELESS SECURITY OPTIONS changed the Encryption from (TKIP or AES) to (AES) ... and presto, it started working.
FYI ... changed it BACK to TKIP or AES ... and it STILL WORKS ! !
Goofy - but I'm happy to have gotten it working.
what u need to do is take the power off the router and plug it back then in few min it will show up on your droid aris what is happenning is rouer have to assign ip adress for each device you got three laptops they have already assign ip adress.ihope i answer your question.
UOTE=coggs;137851]I have a home Wi-Fi setup using a Linksys WRT160N V2 router. No issues at all with my 3 laptops and wireless printer - yet neither of my Droid Eris phones detect the Wi-Fi even with a scan request. It's not the commonly reported problem of detecting but subsequently dropping the link. It never finds it! I do pick up several near open W-Fi networks, just not my own. I've tried to manually set it up by entering the Network SSID, security type (WPA2 Personal), and password all to no avail. I am set up with AES encryption. I have done searches here but hard to match up similar issues with various solutions. Thanks in advance.[/QUOTE]