Laptop won't connect to home wifi - but works fine elsewhere

Discussion in 'Networking & Security' started by dboy, Mar 25, 2013.

  1. dboy

    dboy Limp Gawd

    Mar 24, 2003
    Have an Asus ultrabook laptop with an Atheros 9485WB-EB wifi/BT adapter. When I'm away from home, it works perfectly. At home, it sees our home network but refuses to connect to it - just get a cannot connect error.

    It used to work fine, and then it's gradually gotten worse. At first rebooting the laptop would make it work for a while, then that quit working. Now it's just non-fuctional at home.

    Home wifi works fine with other devices as well, and if I plug a USB wifi adapter into the laptop that works too.

    Home router is (I forget the model, have to look when I get home) running dd-wrt. Rebooting the router doesn't fix the problem.

    Any idea what would make it quit? No setting have been changed on the router during all this.