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Wireless wont work

I have an eircom netopia wireless modem,my ethernet cable works no prob but cannot get the wireless to work keeps saying cannot find prob,the thing is my line is noe with perlico is their something to do with ip address,please help need to get my xbox on the move cheers alan

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