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I have a Sitecom WL322 (300N Wireless ADSL modem ) router. I can connect unsecured Ok, but no connections successful yet with TKIP or AES encryption. Suggestions?

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  • thedunning Dec 10, 2009

    thanks but no WEP connection possible either. have reset router and DHCP settings too.



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If the wireless not working with WPA TKIP or AES you can try enabling WEP aas the wireless security for your network and lets see if that will be working with that level of security....

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  • Mark Gil
    Mark Gil Dec 10, 2009

    You can also try doing firmware upgrade on your router and also a driver update will be a good thing to do because sometimes old driver for wifi card dont work well with WPA......


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Try to change somethink like... wireless settings

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