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Problems with connecting to University Wifi


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#1 nguyentbrandon

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Posted 30 January 2016 - 12:14 PM

Hello there I am having issues with my university's wifi as for some reason I can connect to the internet but after 15-20 min I get limited connection and then get kicked off the network. Then when I try to reconnect to the wifi it will not let me in anymore as it just says can't connect to this network.
I have tried turning wifi on and off and as well as forgetting the network but it still doesn't work. The only small fix I was able to find is forget the network and then restart my laptop and it fixes it only temporarily. My brother who has the exact same laptop as me does not have any issues with the wifi at the university except me. I have no troubles with the wifi at home as well just seems to be the problem at school. 

If anyone knows a solution to this it would be greatly appreciated!

I am using an Asus X53E laptop with Windows 10, 64-bit OS
The network adapter in my laptop is a Qualcomm Atheros AR9485 Wireless Network Adapter and it is running on the latest version which is 10.0.0.326



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#2 DefaultGateway

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Posted 31 January 2016 - 04:56 AM

It could be that you were removed from the Wi-Fi network, because you were using too much bandwidth.

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Edited by DefaultGateway, 31 January 2016 - 04:57 AM.





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