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Laptop not connected to wireless network

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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anup n.m.

nomulwar@hotmail.com

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You may have to log into the router with a computer that is connected by cat5 cable using the ip address of the router, eg 192.168.15.1

make sure the radio is broadcasting.

on the wireless activity select your wireless from the detected
units, this will allow your wireless to function as the wireless will assign it an address.

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