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Wireless-B Game Adapter/Windows Router


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tcarney

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Hey....recently i got a Wireless-B Game Adapter from Linksys so i could play my PS2 online. Yet, I don't know how to set it up. I followed all of the instructiuons in the Linksys setup thing, but it still won't work. I contacted Linksys, but they said they were unfamiliar with the Windows router. Can anyone help me with this??

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Hello there.

What kind of model is it exactly?

I can probably help you as I do a little PS2 online myself and I use a wireless gaming adapter as well.
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The wireless adapter is a Linksys Wireless-B Game Adapter and i have a regular PS2 and all. My router is a Microsoft Broadband Networking Model MN-700. For some reason, I just can't get on the internet with the wireless adapter.
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Do you have any sort of encryption on the router?
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uhh i have a WEP address thing. I entered that on the setup and all, but it still doesnt work.
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Try disabling your encryption and try it again.
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Do you mean disable it and then turn it back on or disable it and leave it off?...because won't that like leave me open to viruses and stuff??
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ok so i wasn't able to turn off my firewall but i was able to block ICMP commands, but it did nothing. I've configured my wireless game adapter to my WEP encryption, so it should work. But for some reason, it doesn't.
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