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This can be complicated...eveything in your system has an IP address including the router itself. Try using your old router..if it works, then you have an IP adress issue with the new router. Also,
the routers use a scheme called the 802.11 IEEE standard. There are variations on this called 802.11a,b,g,n,etc. Not all devices will work with a 802.11n system...it is still to new. Try using the 802.11g
instead...also most routers use a system called dynamic IP addressing. This means the router automatically signs an IP address to everyuthing in your system...this can change with the addition or deletion of any device in your system...Jeff
Posted on Oct 03, 2010
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