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it all depends on the win version you have.
Please go here (http://homesupport.cisco.com/en-us/wireless/lbc/WRT54G) and hopefully it will have the answer you are looking for.
Obviously you know how to set up your router, since you already have three computers hooked up.
I have many wireless/wired pc's and wireless/wired mac's on the same router, with no problem at all.
Many routers can handle upwards of 30-40 connections without a problem and high quality ones can handle 254 (that's the max for a class C subnet).
Are you trying to connect the Xbox to the wireless network? If yes then you will need to check the wireless settings of the router. is there any computer on line using the router ? on that computer you can open the setup page of the router. check the wireless ettings and the security settings then try to connect to the wireless network on the Xbox. See if that works.
If you have Wireless MAC Filter Enabled on the Router then Either ADD the Wireless MAC Address of the Wii on the router or disable the Wireless MAC Filter on the router, also check the level of the Wireless Security supported by the Wii and accordingly set it up on the Router.
This is just a problem with the wireless settings of the router, you can try first to reset the router by pressing the reset button for 20 seconds while power is ON and then after that you should be able to find the default wireless name of the router which is linksys, after you reset the router just need to reconfigure it back...
You may follow the instructions below in doing so.
1. Go to a computer wired to the router.
2. Open an internet explorer browser
3. Click on the address bar and type in 192.168.1.1
4. Leave the username blank and password is "admin" in case you changed it. In which case put in your password.
5. Go to the wireless tab. There you will see teh SSID or wireless network name.
6. When you look at the word wireless under that is basic wireless to the right is wireless security. Go to wireless security to see your security mode and password.
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