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INTERNET CONNECTION -Trying to access internet through a secured access point. -WEP is entered properly and has association with excellent connectiveity. -In IP address DHCP I get no results -In IP address STATIC I get "web site can not be found" Is there some setting that I am missing ?

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If you have a DHCP server on your network then it would have picked up an IP. If you have setup a static IP set try and ping from a workstation on the same network to the device.

I have seen it on numerous occasions where the WEP key is not quite correct and associates with full signal strength, but there is no connectively to the network. Remove the profile and try again.

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You will also need to go to settings>connections>advanced and ensure that on the two drop down menus you have either my network or my isp and ont one of each.

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