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My laptop has been checked which is fine and can connect to other wireless connections but not my home hub , yet all the lights are on ,on the hub telling me it looks fine .

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The should a security issu ssid and passkey of hub and card should be same for connection please also check the range of hub suyyam@gmail.com

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