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remove the ssid from your pc and try again . if not connected try another pc to check old device . if connected the problem with your first pc , if not connected the problem with your wireless router .
so check the wireless conf of router , or reset it .
Very simple, make your first call once they answer press the conf. button, make your second call then press the conf. button again. If you need a third person press conf button again (this puts calls 1 and 2 on hold) make call number three then press conf. again and all will be connected.
With a special card in the system Panasonics can conf upto eight people.
Try to conf two outside parties with your phone to make sure the phons system will allow tandem trunking. Follow your example by dialing the first party, press conf/transfer, dial the second party, press conf/transfer, then press conf/transfer a third time to add everyone together. I think you are just missing the last step of pressing conf/trans the third time to add the lines together. Good Luck.
As Sandrew said there is a reset panel in the front panel. press and hold it for 20 secs... this will reset to router to factory settings. be aware that aside form rsseting the password it will also loose any custom data and configuration you've made