Re: Network Location Awareness
You may want to reset up power settings on NIC. This post may help,
Vista: after hibernate it can't ...Posted: Wed Feb 14, 2007 6:03 pm Post
subject: Vista: after hibernate it can't find my wireless network, Reply
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Bob Lin, MS-MVP, MCSE & CNE
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"Harold" <Harold@discussions.microsoft.com> wrote in message
>I am having exactly the same issue, can anyone else help please?
> "Emiliano" wrote:
>> One of my problems with Vista is with the connection being broken after
>> returning from hibernation.
>> My home network is using NAT, I save my network configuration in the
>> alternate configuration section of the TCP/IP properties. This way I can
>> still use DHCP in other wireless networks without having to change my
>> settings. This has always worked fine in WINXP, but after returning from
>> hibernation, Vista is trying to connect via DHCP for like 10 minutes
>> of retrieving the settings from the Alternate Configuration. The NLA API
>> shows that it is "Identifying," and it gets stuck there for 10 minutes.
>> Meanwhile, the details for the connection show that it is connected and
>> retrieved the DNS settings from the Alternate Configuration. But the IP,
>> subnet, and gateway address are what take so long. I'm sure there are
>> people out there using NAT and DHCP who are having this problem. If DHCP
>> not available isn't it suppose to attempt to use the Alternate
>> much quicker than the response that I am getting?
>> if anyone shed some light on this, or at least test it themselves, I
>> really appreciate it.