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Ashitaga

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Hi i have a linksys wireless router WRT54G. When i try to connect to the wireless it says limited connectivity. Why does it say that and how can i fix it.
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FYI: Most of the time in a forum like this your question has usually been asked already and someone has already answered it. Here is a thread which may solve your problem: http://www.geekstogo...ue-t137725.html
If you still have a problem with your wifi then post with what you did and what is happening now.
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I tried restarting the modem, i turned it off and kept it off for awhile. I tried turning off the password protection thing, i tried moveing closer to the wireless router, i tried something that had to do with the command prompt it was something like ping 1 something -t, and it still says it has limited connectivity but when i look at the signal strength it is maxed.
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Are you running XP or Vista? You have to make sure the settings on the router are the same as the pc. Network Authentication/Data encryption/and network key have to be the same. The password may be the same;but if these are not then it will not connect even if you have a strong signal.
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