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Router will not go wireless

I have a 432brp it will not go wireless unless i log into trednet and clone the mac adress everytime i go on the internet. internet works if i hook up ethernet cord to the router.

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Ip might be colliding...so give an ip range 1-50..then try..

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HI helock,

This is a step by step instructions:

Note: It is recommended that you configure the Wireless Router from a wired
computer.
1. Open your web browser, type http://192.168.10.1 in the Address bar, and then press Enter.
2. Enter the User Name and Password, and then click Log In. By default: User Name: admin Password: admin
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4. Click Next.
5. Select your Time Zone and then click Next.
6. Click Next. Note: Do not change default settings unless it is conflicting with your existing hardware.
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8. This screen will appear if the TEW-432BRP is unable to auto detect your Internet connection. Configure the settings based on information provided by your ISP.
9. Follow the wizard instructions to complete the configuration. Note: Each Internet Connection type may have different options.
10. Click Next
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setting up encryption on the wireless router. 11. Click Restart. 9. Follow the wizard instructions to complete the configuration. Note: Each Internet Connection
type may have different options.
11. Click Restart
12. Click Close.
13. Wait 30 seconds while the router reboots.
14. Verify that the following panel lights are on: LAN, WAN and WLAN.
15. Open up your browser and enter in a URL (e.g. www.trendnet.com) to verify that you have Internet connection.
Your configuration is now complete.

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