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I am unable to connect wirelessly using a Belkin N Wireless router. The main desktop (where the router is located) has a DSL connection that works (and I can browse) and my wireless devices (iphone, laptop) find the connection but cannot get to the internet. I've tried both the "Dynamic" connection type and the "PPPoE" and get different light patterns on the router but the same results on the computers.

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When you try to connect via wireless, does it ask for your wep key? Also try and running wireless network connection utility in setting up wireless networks, I'm sure you have already done this, but, it doesn't hurt to try it again and see if there is anything you may have overlooked.

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