Long establishing connection to the router on Windows 10

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  1. savander's Avatar
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    Windows 10 Pro 64bit (10.0, compilation 15063)
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       #21

    I will check all of this, right after I back to home from foreign ( in 2 days ). Thank you for helping!
    I will tell you everything that I found. Then maybe it will be easier to help other guys :)


    EDIT:
    I used two cables to test. (They used the same cables while testing).

    First, mine: Cat 5e
    Second, from the Huawei Router: I don't know exactly, it only says it's EIA/TIA 568B-CM standard

    No idea how to check NIC at the moment. Will do that after return.
    And I don't have that option "wait for link"
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  2. Caledon Ken's Avatar
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    Windows 10 Pro x64 Version 21H1
       #22

    I would lay this at the feet of telco. They must have some idea how NIC should be configured. Cat 5e is a solid cable.

    Another option, and not a great one, purchase a network expansion card, one they will let you return, and test. They are relatively inexpensive.

    I joined Huawei and they have a forum. Given they deal with this gear maybe a member there will have bright idea.
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  3. savander's Avatar
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    Windows 10 Pro 64bit (10.0, compilation 15063)
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       #23

    They say nothing. Only that I have to set up "auto mode".
    So, I need to buy new Network Card. What a weird problem. I never met such a thing.
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  4. Caledon Ken's Avatar
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    Windows 10 Pro x64 Version 21H1
       #24

    Not much help.

    You said it worked with your old router. I wonder if Windows is remembering something that you to flush. Nothing to lose trying this.

    Run the following four bolded commands. Use a Command Prompt(admin)
    Do not key in info in brackets, there for your information.

    ipconfig /flushdns (Clear the dns cache)
    nbtstat -RR (release and refesh NetBIOS names)
    netsh int ip reset (reset ip settings)
    netsh winsock reset (Reset Winsock Catalog)


    After that I'm out ideas. Sorry.
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  5. savander's Avatar
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    Windows 10 Pro 64bit (10.0, compilation 15063)
    Thread Starter
       #25

    No problem. Thank you for help anyway :) I learnt a lot :).
    I will stay with two routers at the moment and I still think, it's Windows related problem. Because in BIOS, the network came immediately. I think I should send the issue to windows devs directly.
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