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First you need to configure the wireless settings on the access point using the network cable. Do you know how to login to the access point as administrator to setup the SSID, and WAP encryption? Don't forget to change the default password.
To make your access point secure from hackers, turn off SSID broadcast and use MAC address filtering to stop all wireless access to your access point except for the MAC address of your wireless card.
Second, is the wireless card driver installed and working?
Can the wireless detect the access point and does it have a strong signal strength?
The Wireless card needs to be configured with the access point's SSID and encryption settings.
Let me know if you have further problems together with error messages.
Posted on Jul 30, 2009
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