Question about Netopia 3-D Reach (TER/GUSB-N1) (TERGUSBN1) 802.11g/b Wireless Adapter
Check your network key and make sure that it's configured correct and make sure the one on your wireless router's setup software matches the one you have configured in your wireless card's software. Your network key is either located on wireless router, your wireless router's setup software. You can also create your own network key in your wireless router's setup software. If your still not sure how to do this, contact the support department of the manufacture for your wireless router, or your ISP's support department for futher instructions on how to do this. I ran into this same problem on AT&T Fast Access and this is what I had to do.
Posted on Dec 01, 2007
The 169 address indicates you're not getting an IP address from the router.
I'd start by re-setting the router to defaults. Get it functioning with a wired connection, then do the wireless setup.
Make sure the adapter is recognized in Control panel before proceeding with the wireless setup.
Posted on Oct 22, 2007
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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