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Linksys Wireless with limited or no connectivity


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NewL

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I bought a WRT54GS Linksys Router with SpeedBoost and it was working pretty good for a while and then one day all of a sudden it started to kick me off randomly. Later that day it just quit working all together. Now i don't know much about the whole router itself. I've tried to change channels and update firmware and other things but no matter what i try it seems that it always says that i have limited or no connectivity. Well acutally it doesn't connect at all because i've tried it wirelessly.. It does work still however when i am directly plugged into it via ethernet but other than that the wireless is not working at all. If anyone has any pointers or tips that i could try it would be much appreciated. thanks in advance
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type in 192.168.1.1 and check around there. Do you see any changes?
The User name should be left blank.
The Password should be "Admin"

Edited by somepeoplearebornleet, 15 August 2005 - 04:08 PM.

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