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"limited or no connectivity"

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I'm working with a netgear FWG114p wireless router/firewall/printserver combo. I can connect via wire without issue. When I connect wireless, I can browse 1 or 2 web pages and then the connection slows way down and I receive the "limited or no connectivity" error. I've tried patches from MS and the followed the links here with no result.

I've disabled all software firewall. My signal is strong. Checked my power management on the laptop. I can connect to other wireless networks without issue. I've tried different security settings (as well as disabled) and get the same results. I've tried to use IBM's "Access connections" and Microsoft's Zero.

Could it be the firewall settings if it works via wire? Bad Netgear hardware?

Any ideas will be appreciated..
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We see a lot cases like this one. It must be the security settings. this case study may help,

Case Study - Sent packets only on a wireless computer and Limited or no connection ... The status displays "Limited or no connection". ...
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