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I have a sitecomAP WL_130 wireless expander, it keeps loosing connection with my belkin 54g router any advise

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Hi,
change wireless channel and change the setting to broadcast the SSID.

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On lan connectivity there is a yellow wounder mark that says that there alimit connectivity or no connection

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Check to see if your getting an ip address. Click on Start, Run, in the text box type: cmd and press OK. At the flashing cursor type: ipconfig /all and press Enter. You will see a list of items. Locate the
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