I have a D-Link DWA-125 Wireless Adapter on my notebook and it connects to a D-Link DIR-601 Router.
It works fine printing to my Samsung Wireless printer as long as I am not connected to the internet (I only connect via dial-up)....but when I am connected to the internet instead of loading the web page I want, my browser loads some sort of D-Link error graphic stating that I cannot connect to what I wanted to.
(I'll load an image of the error message later, I didn't think to copy it while it was there)
Again, I do not use the router for any kind of internet connection.
This is getting to be annoying as I was trying to print some postage and in the middle of it all I had to manually move and connect the printer to the notebook before my postage session expired.
I've not noticed any other Wi-Fi problems except this one. I am hoping there is some sort of setting set-up incorrectly, but I really don't understand wi-fi set ups at all. I got lucky and it worked without me tinkering much.
The problem occurs in Firefox 22.0 as well as IE8
ps I'm wondering if my browsers are bypassing my dial-up connection and trying to use the (not internet connected) router/hub to load web pages instead...?