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Cannot connect to internet

When i try to connect i get-
u have manually set data en crypt mode to wpa-psk tkip.but wireless network is configured to use unknown.connect data encryption settings then try again.
can u tell me how to do this as i am new to computing.
thanks Tom.

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Hi,

At most that I can gather from your post/description is that somehow the security setting has been enabled in your router. This would prevent access to the Internet by any PC tied to your network that do not use the said encryption (security) key.

Perhaps the best or the simplest would be to do a hard/full reset of your router. This way all will revert to default factory settings and the WEP, WPA, MAC security will be disabled. There usually is a recessed small reset button at the rear or bottom of most routers for this purpose.

Should this be not corrective, pls post back with information on modem brand/model and what PC(s) (desktops or laptops) and your ISP.

Hope that this be of initial help/idea. Pls post back how things turned up or should you need additional information.

Good luck and kind regards.

Posted on Feb 04, 2008

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First, go to ur Router Configuration Page. There are 2 pg into related WireLess Configuration Settings. So u find ur problem into the WPA security configuration is under the wlan Security section, and then you select WPA PSK (Pre Shared Key) and TKIP encryption for Lan security. As well as changing the WPA Mode to enabled, u will need to enter a WPA Pre-Shared Key. So u found, which is a Network key and why to need.

 

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