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No connection on 8231-4 router

I'm trying to connect two pc's wirelessly to a 8231-4 router via 8051 adaptors. 1 connects intermitantly, the other not at all. Any guesses?

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Hi

check your ip addresses .check that gatway and sub mask is same for both pc.

check both pc have differ name.

try the ping exe in both system anfd check u get reply in both pc.

restart pc
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and if u get ping in both pc then if not access any pc of that then run the ip addresses in run .

if u not access any of pc then turn off its firewall or any antivirus firewall.
thanks

pls rate this solution
bye

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