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Can not connect to the WA840G.

Hi, since new 5 Ghz wireless network intall in my area i can not get access into my WA840G access point networ.

Is the new 5 Ghz wireless network invalidating my WA840G network ?

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The problem was that WA840G was not configured with the "open access" option, and that's why my USR PCMCIA card can not authentify automatically because it has not got a correct user ID and password to get access into network. Solucion: configure the WA840G access point to and "open access" system.

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