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HELP!!! please help me with connecting my linksys usb adpater to my 2wire...its says its connected to the associate point, but cannot connect to the internet

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Its possible that the linksys adapter is not setup properly, or it does not have the same wireless settings set on your 2wired wireless modem. Do you know if the network form 2wire has a security. You can checkt he site survery tab of your linksys monitor.

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