Question about Cisco Lynksys Dual Band Wireless N Gigabit Router (745883589012)
I see that you are having issues with your network connection, I believe that you are trying to connect wireless on both systems.
* Check your Linksys for settings that limit the routers wireless connection, most wireless routers have an option on how many computers can connect wireless to the router, a wireless signal does not chose what OS to allow for a wireless connection.
* get in your Linksys Routers Setting page from IE or Firefox using your Default gateway IP from there on you can check your Routers settings, user name depends if your internet service provider changed the Routers user name and password but for a Linksys try admin / password or admin / admin for the User name and Password field.
Hope this helps you thanks and have a good day.
Posted on Mar 30, 2011
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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