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Receiving wireless signal but unable to connect to the Internet

Getting wireless signal from the Linksys 802.11g 2.4 GHz however unable to connect to the Internet. Was working fine before. Can anyone provide a solution to the problem

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You have to set your router into mixed.....and set your gateway into LAN & WIRELESS...

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