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Communication My router is not communicating with the usb port antenna. It shows that the router is sending signal but no communication

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    Ella Grace Leynes May 11, 2010

    what are the model numbers of both the router and the USB port antenna?

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How many computers do you have? Make sure you can go online first via hardwired. If the internet works fine hardwired, one thing that you can try is change the current channel of the router.

Open the setup page of the router.
1. Launch Internet Explorer, type http://192.168.1.1
2. A username and password box will show up. No username and password is admin
3. Go to WIRELESS tab. Change the channel to 11 and click on Save Settings. Restart your computer and try to connect again.

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