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Connecting to secure network

Both router and usb adapter working allows me to contect to unsecure wireless network.
Will not allow me to contect to my own secure network.
requested repair to network unable to find IP address etc

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  • irita Dec 24, 2007

    want let me connect to the internet

  • Anonymous Oct 07, 2008

    can not connect to network

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Hi further to pasha19 16 december 2007
belkin wireless g plus mimo router model f5d9230-4
belkin usb adapter model f5d9050b
computer dell dimension 5150c problem computer
laptop xps m1330 no connection problems.
just to clarify this has been working fine but has decided not to work all of a sudden any help and suggestions will be appreciated tonyea

Posted on Dec 19, 2007

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When enabling wireless security the router and adapter must be both be configured and configured in a fashion that both support. If you need help provide confirmation of your wireless router's manufacturer and model and the same information for any wireless adapters or computers with built-in wireless adapters to be wirelessly connected.

This will allow us to determine the common security options for all wireless devices you have.

Posted on Dec 16, 2007

  • david Dec 29, 2007

    Sorry Tonyea -- because your response was posted as a solution I did not get notified you had responded. Next time login first and I believe you will be able to comment and the system will notify me you responded.

    I need some additional information.

    What specifically does not working all of a sudden mean?

    Periodic disconnects possibly for long periods of time around 10 minutes?

    If so did you choose to hide your SSID (network name) and apply WEP / WPA security? If so there has been discussion of a problem where the combination noted above causes these connection issues. The recommended solution has been to unhide or show the SSID and keep the WEP / WPA security.

    Second possibility -- the network signal fading out causing interruptions with your service. Possibility there are numerous wireless devices in the world now. If you have a wireless phone try to keep the base station and the wireless router separated. If you have neighbors with routers (you can see more than one router when attepmting to connect); you may want to change your router configuration to use channel 1 or 11 for the radio instead of the often defaulted channel 6. If the one you choose does not work better try the other.

    Third possibility -- you need to explain the symptom a little better so I can assist with diagnosis and solution.

    Other items to consider -- the connection may have been lost and needs to be manually re-established. The connections may have come loose. If you did not change your SSID (wireless network name) in the router you may be having conflicts with another identically named router.

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