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Wireless Home Network Problem


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It is set up to obtain the IP Address automatically. The modem is a cable modem and the router is a Linksys Wireless router.
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model number?

And, if it is setup to get it automatically, why did you insert the subnet mask???
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I entered the subnet mask when you said that if it were different on that computer than the others it might be the problem. So I entered it to match the others. That didn't work, however, so I ran the setup on it again and it was then visible in network neighborhood but still inaccessible. I ran cmd and a test today I got an error 53.

The model number of the router is WRT54G.
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