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I have a 3 com router , my note book detects the router and signal strenghth is good too , however wi fi connectivity is not there i do not remember the password hence could not log on to http:// 192.168.1.1 as well , i tried to reset the router as well but of no use , can i establish wi fi connectivity with my router , if yes how

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