Question about Computers & Internet
After connecting all the cables as intrcted in the intructions on the wireless router ultra range plus my lap top says that the inthernet does not appear to be connected properly.
Is your laptop wireless adapter correctly configured? It may be set to only recieve certain types of signals (802.11b, when you may beed 802.11g etc), so check if the configuration of the laptop matches the configuration of the router.
To test if the laptop can get internet at all, try to get to a wired internet line (your wireless router may have some Ethernet ports on the back; laptops usually have Ethernet connectivity), just incase your laptop is set to block all internet signals coming in.
Hope this helps!
Posted on Dec 29, 2008
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