Hi, I have purchased a Belkin G+ router and set it up at my friends house for him. I followed the instructions provide with the router correctly and the software tells me that the network has been set up fine, however, when I try to connect a laptop or other wi-fi devise to the network, it cannot be found. Why is this? I have used and set up the same router at mu house fine and it work perfectly so I don’t understand what is happening. I have trying to use it with a Virgin Media modem.
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Please try to update the firmware of the Router,corresponding to your Model and the Version Number of the Router from the below Mentioned Website
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You need to just disable one of the option in the router,please follow the below steps
1.Type 192.168.2.1,in the Internet explorer,You will get a belkin router setup page
2.on your left hand side click on Wifi Protected Setup(WPS),it will asks for password,leave it blank and click on submit
3.It will say WPS enable,change it to disable and click on Apply Changes
4.Now try to scan and connect to the wireless networks
What is the brand of the router your using? This information will be from the router that you have. Use a wired connection from the router,check your default gateway (ipconfig) and type that numbers in your address bar. You will be able to access your set-up page, look for wireless tab and look for wireless security. You will see there your WEP key.