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Re: unable to access the network
There are two things you can try, one is renaming the SSID in the Wireless settings from the default (WLAN) to another name then release and re-new the IP addresses. If that does not appear to work try uninstalling the Wireless USB network adapter(s), reboot and reinstall and that should solve the problem.
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Wireless network passwording is done at the router, in the wireless setup area. Log into your router using the admin userid and password. Go to wireless settings and there you will see the option to set a password for the wireless network. One you set the password and save it, all devices that connect to your network wirelessly will need to be reconnected to the network, using the password you selected to gain access to the network.
Yes definitely ,I think i need lots more information about router version, IEEE standard.
basically adapter that uses mobile phone networks to provide broadband as a WiFi Dongle while USB WiFi adapter can be used to connect your PC to and existing wirless network provided by a wireless router.
but first you should find out what kind of Internet router you are using and always purchase a Wi-Fi adapter that is compatible with the Wi-Fi standard of your wireless router.
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Enable the Wireless Zero Configuration service so it starts up automatically, go to the Start button. Select the Settings option and then select Control Panel. If you are using the Windows XP view, select the Performance and Maintenance category and then select Administrative Tools. If you are using the Classic View, then select Administrative Tools. Click the Services icon in the left pane. Click the Wireless Zero Configuration icon in the right pane and change the Startup Type dropbox to Automatic. This setting will set the service to start automatically at boot time. Then click the Start button to start the Wireless Zero Wireless Zero Configuration service and click the OK button.
Your Issue can be Solved by assigning DNS address on your Computer.
>First of all change the Security on the Belkin Router to WEP Mode.
--- Remove Preferred Networks From your Computer.
- Right Click on wireless Network Connection > Properties > Select Wireless Networks tab > Remove your network From Preferred Networks Box.
--- Associate with your wireless Network.
- Right Click on wireless Network Connection > View Available Wireless Networks > Select your network > Click connect
---> Check if you are able to go online.
--- If Not Try Assigning DNS Addresses For your Wireless Network
- Right Click on Wireless Network Connection > Properties > Under this connection uses the Following Items. > Double Click on Internet Protocol (TCP/IP).
- Select Use the Following DNS Server Addresses:
- Preferred DNS Server: 22.214.171.124
- Alternate DNS Server: 126.96.36.199
- Click OK & OK again
- Now Check if you are able to go online if still No go Check if you can go online on any other wireless Com or Device using the Belkin Router If Yes it Might Be an Issue with your Adapter or there Might Be an Antivirus Installed on your com Try Disabling it.
- If this doesn't work Please do get Back to us we will be happy to Help you out... :)
Yes, you can use both.
The router usually broadcast more IP adresses the an end user would have need for. If I could be of further assistance, let me know. If this helps or solves the issue, please rate it. Thanks, Joe
Normally this means that you are not putting in the security key or wireless key. Click on the linksys software then go to site survey select your network then click connect and type in the correct security key.
You can do a reset on your router. All computers must be must be getting its connection from your router. Your wired computer must be getting an ip address from the router(example is 192.168.1.x). You can then access the router page using your browser by typing the default gateway(example 192.168.x.1). This will take you to the router configuration page. You can set up the wireless network and your wireless network can now support more than 2 wireless computers.
Set your wireless network as a preferred network and to automatically connect to it. Also set it at the top of the list so that it takes precedence. If you continue to get conflicts, change the channel of the router.