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Help! I have spent days on this issue. I hooked up my Qwest 2Wire Modem/Router. I can connect via Ethernet, but not wirelessly. Qwest says it's an issue with my modem, but when I go to my parents, comcast wireless works fine. I'm losing my mind trying to make this work.

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  • crazy4irelan Jul 22, 2009

    What am I checking for? I've checked the DNS setting of the modem, but how do I check on the wireless card?

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Check ip setting and DNS setting of router and your wireless card

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