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Picks up wireless network but unable to connect to the internet. I am trying to connect to the wireless on a laptop and a phone, both work fine else where but i am unable to connect to the internet using the Linksys router. It connects to the network but does not display any internet pages.

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Hi,
what is the wireless status in system tray? is it local or local and internet.
1. first check if it works fine with wire conection or not.
2.if it fine with cable then issue is with wireless. probably issue with Wireless security key.
3. go to available wireless networks and select the net work, if it is asking for wireless key please enter that. if you donot remember that perform router reset.that takes care of it.

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