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There is a reset button on the back of the wireless device you are trying to connect to. Press and hold in the reset button for 10-15 seconds, this will restore the device to factory defaults and should fix the problem. You will need to reconfigure the device as you need it. To do this, from a computer on the same network, logon the wireless device. You will need to use the IP of the wireless device. Open internet explorer and in the address window enter the following and press the enter key. EXAMPLE
http://192.168.2.1 This will give you the logon page of wireless device to allow configuration. If this does not fix the problem, then the wireless device is defective. BPCS
Posted on Dec 31, 2007
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