Sir, i use bsnl broadband with dataone wa3002g4 router. when i try to connect with wired coonnection it's ok but when i try to connect with wireless lan my pc shows but not coonected with router. i also try another router like d links & other to verify and it's solve my problem but i want to use bsnl dataone wa3002g4 router so please help me to solve this problem.
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it looks like the BSNL Tyope two wireless has also a built in router with wireless security. the wireless has to be configured with a SSID (Service Set Identifier) and a password to be on the safe side with your wireless (password protected). the SSID is the name of your wireless in your wireless router (you can pick a custom name just make sure you change the default name). once the SSID is configured together with the SSID broadcasting, when you look for wireless networks with your laptop you should see your custom SSID. just double click on it and enter the password you set in the step before.
You may be getting a little mixed up; the SSID is the dispayable name of the router over a network and the code you may be refering to is the WEP or passkey for security.
First go into your routers settings and ensure that the DHCP is enabled to automatically give the laptop an IP address.
Check your laptop wireless adapter/reciever is set in the properties to obtain IP adress automatically.
Turn off any encryption you have running on the router and restart both router and laptop.
When laptop boots it should again find all the wireless networks in you locality, then click on your network and click connect.
If all works fine go into router again and then set up security key and note whether it is an 'open' or 'shared' network access as you may need to input this into your laptop if it is unable to reconnect after the restart.
Also if your wifi signal is relatively low, it will not allow a connection to the internet as it is unable to send data at a low signal rate.
If you originally ran the router via an RJ45 network cable, you may need to clear the dns from your laptop, click Start>Run, then type ipconfig /flushdns and restart your laptop to give it a new ip address and dns address.