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Limited or no connectivity

I started getting a message on my remote laptops that i have limited or no connectivity from my linksys router.

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  • deebailey Aug 11, 2008

    i have tried all the recommendations from the windows help..but nothing. it is not the network...i can plug directly into the cable modem and connect just fine.

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Limited or no connectivity only means that your laptop is not getting a avlid IP address like 192.168.1.100 from the router that can be cause by a ivalid security key or you need to adjust some settings on the router like the wireless name, wireless channel and wireless security, so I recommend you to call Linksys tech support and let them walk you through in checking the settings of the router, this is the number 800-3267114

Hope that helps...........

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