Question about Computers & Internet
Try verifying your WEP key- by default, most gateways from an ISP setup WEP on their combination wireless/router/modems. If there are multiple wifi networks, you may considering shifting the channel- that is done by accessing the wireless router (I recommend via ethernet cable!) and shifting the channel to something other than 2, 4, or 11 (I usually use 3)
The usual IP's for routers are 192.168.0.1, 1.1, and 2.1
Depending on the manufacturer, it may require an user name and password- sometimes your ISP can help with that.
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