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I cannot connect to the Wireless router Gateway if i type the Ip address of the router gateway. I am able to access the internet but sometimes gets disconnected if am using wireless connection. I am using a HP laptop. Can anyone help.

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Hi!!!!

try to reset the router!!
what router did you used!!!

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