Hello, I have a problem with the WiFi network. While using the computer, the network disconnected at some point and since then I have not been able to connect to it. When trying to connect, it shows the message "Unable to connect to this network". I know that the topic has already appeared, but in my case the solutions mentioned do not work. I tried to forget the network, clear the network memory in the system, change the router security and nothing. Unfortunately, I do not know computers at all, so I will be grateful for any help.
Okay, so in more detail, I have the ASUS X555Q laptop. In the screenshots I am attaching the system and network cards. Which model should I check? I cannot physically access the router, but there is Netia, it has the software version: 18.104.22.168.126. I'm sorry if I screwed something up and did it wrong, but I'm not serious about it: p
Unfortunately, nothing works. I have current drivers by. Windows Update, I only found older ones, but it doesn't work on them either. As for the topic above, it looks a bit different for me because I am not able to connect to the network, but I also tried typing those commands and nothing. When I try to connect to the network, the WiFi icon for a moment disappears and appears like when connected with a cable. Then it goes back to normal and doesn't connect. I don't know if that means anything
Have you tried to change the SSID and WiFi password in the router? Alternatively, the WiFi channel can still be changed on a trial basis. This problem in Win 10 shows up after some update, if I remember correctly.
It is turned on so that one person does not block bandwidth (?) Or use the entire Internet (?). I didn't quite understand what was going on. I also have a question as to whether when this option is turned on, the router automatically "catches" Mac addresses that use the most internet or do you need to manually add them? Because now I have a problem because I can't watch Netflix: p
Interesting. It wasn't "disconnected," only you disconnected by not admitting it here. And we are supposed to play fairy.
that one person does not block the bandwidth (?) or use the entire internet (?)
If this option is enabled, does the router automatically "catch" Mac addresses that use the most internet or do you need to manually add them?
This is not what it is for, and it is not how it works. Must be added manually, and is used to completely block unwanted users. There are two options for this configuration. One is blocking everything except those entered, and the other is blocking those entered and allowing all others.
As I mentioned, this is a blockade - for example, we want to prevent strangers from connecting to our network. Or an unruly adolescent - they can sometimes cope anyway. It has nothing to do with bandwidth throttling.