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You need the SSID (network name). This is typically broadcast so you can scan for it and select it. In some rare cases your SSID is not broadcast. If you are in an area with a lot of networks, you can unplug your wireless and see which one goes away if you are unsure. You will need the network passphrase if it is encrypted. The TF's get confused in the handshake and a router reboot helps fix the issues. If this doesn't work, reset your router by using a paper clip and push in the little reset button in the back for 10 sec. once that is done, go to your router home page and setup all the information all over again. Write down your SSID and password.
Posted on Nov 24, 2013
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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Had same problem - said signal weak although strong on other devices, and hung on authenticating.
Cordless phone on base unit was beside wireless router. Moved unit and turned off phone. Problem disappeared, and signal showed strong.
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