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Linux Connection to WGA54G

We have a ubuntu linux 7.10 computer hooked up to a switch aswell as a windows xp computer. Switch connects to wireless adapter. The windows xp computer recieves internet but the linux doesnt. all wires hooked up properly and nic card on linux computer enabled and roaming. However linux still doesnt get internet. How do i fix this?

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  • catchumfish Feb 14, 2008

    uh, that wasnt the solution to the question though,did you not read the description? Illl rephrase some of my description. All wires hooked up properly. Nic card cant be bad cause it works when connecting directly to router. However, i need to make it work using the setup described above.

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First, check your cable. loose cable connection often lead the cause of that error. second. check the lan card of your linux pc. If your pc is a desktop type pc, try to replace the lan card and . Make sure that the lan card is detected by your system. try to connect on the internet again.




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