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Linksys Adapter and 2wire router

Trying to connect to the Internet using wireless linksys adapter WUSB45GV2 and 2WIRE router. I get the message "can not establish the access point..."

This adapter was working with a linksys router in my office but when I brought it home, stopped working. Any idea? Appreciate it. Amir

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    I have a 2wire router which is not wireless and a linksys wireless router. I connected the ethernet cord from the 2wire to the linksys. I have communication with the linksys via my wireless laptop but no internet connection. I have internet connection when I put the ethernet cord directly into my laptop but it is not wireless. Please help!

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  1. ensure that a wireless connection is created in control panel on the pc, it may not even be attempting to connect
  2. ensure that the router wireless is turned ON, it may have been turned off as a security measure when no wireless pcs were used
  3. The security settings on the adaptor may be set to the office network and locked
    wep password at home is different or not enabled, so the secured adaptor will not connect.
make any changes from a cable connected pc (no chance of data loss)
access the routers settings page and check the settings,
then ensure the adaptor rom if present is set to the same settings

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