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Limited or noconnectivity

I have signel well but it showing limited or noconnectivity

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  • mimiqbal Jul 23, 2008

    limited

  • mimiqbal Jul 23, 2008

    limited or noconnectivity

  • Anna Marie Zamora May 11, 2010

    Hello There.



    Was it working before or initial setup? What is the brand name or model number of your wireless router? Firmware of each devices as well?

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Make sure that WDS is enabled on your your router and your router knows the mac address of your WRE54G. I would try that approach first.

Posted on Sep 15, 2008

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