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Wireless Network Recognition


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kidzstang

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I have made it thru the problems posted about in previous topica and have a wireless card that is working properly AFAIK. I have one minor problem though. The wireless card recognizes my neighbor's network but my network is invisible to it. ANy thoughts on what may be the problem. I am using a Dlink 802.11N wireless router that is capable of interfacing with "b" and "g" and a Netgear WG511 wireless card that is 802.11g.

Thanks in Advance,
Jack
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Hello kidzstang and welcome to G2G,

If you move your laptop to within 5 feet of your router are you able to see any signal?

Have you already accessed your routers web based configuration utility and verified that your SSID is enabled?
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