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My WAN is functioning, but my WLAN is not. I have reset both the modem and the router multiple times. What should I do?

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Connect an Ethernet cable between the network-port on your computer and one of the LAN ports on the router.
Click Start
Click Run
Type CMD
Press Enter
Type IPCONFIG/RENEW
Look for output like:
Default Gateway.....192.168.123.456
(Instead of '123.456', you'll get some other numbers!)
Start Internet Explorer.
Type http://192.168.123.456 (use your numbers!)
Login to the router (ID: admin, password: "blank")
Click to run the Wireless Networking Setup Wizard
Configure a SSID, an encryption-level (use 'WPA')
and a network-password.
Now, your WLAN will be ready to use.

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