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I have an existing wireless network (Linksys WRT54GS Router). Trying to add a "Net Pal". Net Pal sees the W/L network, but will not connect. Any help is appreciated. Thanks, Ron

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    Bud Martin Dec 31, 2010

    Do you have the Linksys wireless security enable? You should see a key icon when you look at the available wireless network.
    How about other PC with wireless?

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Hi, do you have security set up on your router? WEP, WPA, WPA2, or MAC address filtering? Any of those will cause your NetPal to not be able to connect unless it has the security key, or in the case of MAC filtering, unless you add it to the allowed list.

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