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From reading other threads it seems that I wasnt only one having this problem...what really boggled me was that it would initially connect and work for 2-5 mintues then lose connection...
After a day of playing with the Nook and my router with all the suggestions from other threads, I personally have find a solution that is working for me.....simpler than I thought but not 100% ideal in my eyes...
Basically I had to switch my router to 802.11b and g only and my NC has been connected for the past 5 hours with no issues.
This is a real simple change on the router, but not ideal to me for these 2 reasons:
-eliminating 802.11n - which has a higher data rate speed over g and b.
-will this limit my access to remote wifi access points which are set to broadcast b/g/n? Since I wont have access to changing the configuration on these other routers, will I have to just deal with intermitting drop of wifi connection?
-MAC filtering was not on
-SSID is broadcasted
-WPA and WPA2 encryption
-Firmware update 1.0.1
All those items were meet before when it wasnt working and now when it is working, so it pretty much seems that the eliminate of N was the key.
In any event, I got the NC to work on my home network without any issue. I may play with all the settings a bit later on, but I just want to enjoy the NC now...
Hope this may work for you as well!