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issues connecting/wireless conflict


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pumpkinslion

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taskbar wireless icon is powered on[blinking as connected,i click on connect to and go to internet explorer i get error webpage cannot be displayed,please help solve this issue,what is going on and how to correct it. taskbar statis says; authecating,encryption type is afs key absent,type connection is infrastructure,,speed is 11, gateway ip address is not available,clien ip address is 0.0.0.0, unsure what all this means and how or what to do to correct issue,please help with detailed subjections [how to's, laptop was given to me and i am new at this; dell wireless wlan 1350. packets sent is 6442,packets received 0. by the way i am presently using another computer cause i cannot seem too connect on my laptop.also is there some way to setup a different one and if so please explain what all i need to do,such as channels,etc,new at this;wireless network connection keeps acquiring ip addresss then goes back to not connected/firewalled and i am clueless how to solve this
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This is a duplicate post - this question is being answered in the networking forum.
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