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WIRELESS NETWORK LIMITED ONLY. HOW CAN I MAKE IT FULL ACCESS?

DOES THE IP PORT AFFECT THE WIRELESS CONNECTION?

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    dragoness1 May 11, 2010

    how do you mean its limited?

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If you mean that it is displayng limited access or limited or no connectivity it means that you did not enter the correct encryption key

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