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Typically the carriers require you to sign in on the mifi home page to setup your mifi. Once you have gone through the setup you will then setup a typical wireless connection using the SSID and Password either setup or given to you by AT&T. Does the home page have a sign in or setup area? If so that is where I would start.
Mine did this, I went to Best Buy where I bought it. They didn't really seem to know, said it could be the power cord to the wall, but they didn't sell them. But they could set me up with an upgrade (and new 2 year contract that I didn't want). Anyway, I went to Radio Shack and showed them my MiFi 2200 and they had the new wall charger power cord there. Works now, problem solved for $25 instead of a new 2 year contract.
I think this won't work...the MIFI device works as a wireless router that can supply 5 connections and runs on battery which last for 4 hours for one connection then goes down as more connections are in...the MIFI was designed for mobility as the WRT54G is not...I don't exactly know what your plans are but this won't work well.
The Verizon MiFi is a combination 3G modem and Wi-Fi router that is battery-operated for full mobility. Once the MiFi has been activated (more on that later) the device connects to the Verizon Mobile Broadband network (renamed from BroadbandAccess) simply by pushing the power button. In just a few seconds, the MiFi is connected to the 3G high-speed network and the Wi-Fi router takes over. The MiFi appears as a hotspot to any device with Wi-Fi capability, and making the Wi-Fi connection is as simple as entering the network security code which is printed on the back of the MiFi. That’s it: The notebook or other device is now connected to the Verizon network via Wi-Fi. The network code only has to be entered to make the first connection, after which it’s an automatic process. That’s the beauty of the MiFi method: Push the power button and the laptop/UMPC/phone is connected to 3G.