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Re: 2 router wireless
Yes, you can connect the second router to your exitsing router , you just need to connect the a cable from port 4 of the main router to the internet/wan port of the second router , then after that you can already use now the 2 wireless router at the same time. Also don't forget to turn off both routers after you're done in connecting them together so they will be synch...
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You will need to check the wireless settings of the router . Is there any computer connected to the router with the Ethernet cable? If not then connect 1 computer to the router and open the router set up page. Once you open the router set up page, you will be able to find the wireless network key. Use that password to connect to the wireless network
Click Here for step by step Instructions on how to find the network key
Do you know the current wireless card settings that are working on your current system.
All you need to do is to configure these SSID and encryption settings etc on the wireless card on this laptop so it will communicate with the router.
If you have enabled MAC address filtering on the Linksys then you need to add the MAC address of this laptop to the MAC address Filter table in the Linksys wireless settings.
Let me know if you need further help.
Does your laptop come with a wireless feature? If not, you will have to add a wireless NIC. If you are not sure, you can go to Staples and ask the business machines person for a wireless NIC for your (fill in the blank that describes your laptop). He or she will tell you "Sure, here it is" or "your laptop is wireless ready! Here is how to turn it on."
XP and Vista will find the router easily and quickly. Run the wizard.
Since you are unable to go via wireless, follow these steps:
1) Access your router configuration pages by typing in 192.168.1.1 into your web browser. 2) Click the tab that says Wireless. 3) Make sure the wireless broadcast option is enabled. If it isn't, enable it and select save settings. 4) Set up the wireless network through your Vista PC by going to Start > Network. 5) At the top of the window, select add a wireless device. Follow the onscreen instructions to add your Linksys Wireless Access Point. 6) Once added, right click on Wireless-G Router (name varies) and select configure. Follow the onscreen instructions to configure your router. (You can find your router pin by following steps 1-2 and selecting Wi-Fi Protected Set up.) 7) Once completed, attempt to connect to the internet via wireless router.