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have toshiba satellite 660/660d and d link router cant connect wirelessly?


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29-Jul-2012, 10:38 AM #16
cant send screen shot can see my network but still unable to connect its doin my head in :I
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29-Jul-2012, 10:54 AM #17
so the xirrus screen shot - shows you all the wireless signals available to connect to including yours
Now on the line that your signal name is on - there is some other information
can you post
the signal strength
Signal (dBm) =
- it will shows with a - infront and have a colour - green, yellow, orange or red
then
Default Encryption =
Next
Default Auth =
Next a few more along
Channel =

That at least proves the wireless adapter is on and can see the networks
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29-Jul-2012, 10:58 AM #18
signal- green -48
default encryption AES-CCMP
default auth- WPA2 PSK
channel- 11,7
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29-Jul-2012, 11:11 AM #19
so thats a good connection strength - now the next thing to do is to turn of the wireless encryption in the router

i know this is confusing - do you want to continue with that
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29-Jul-2012, 11:12 AM #20
how do i do that?
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29-Jul-2012, 11:17 AM #21
you need to connect a cable to the router and a PC
make sure that works with internet

then assuming you router is set to defaults
dlink dir 615
we can log into the router and goto the configuration pages for wireless and make a note of the current settings and password and then take the security off / switch off /disable
and then see if you can connect, if you can , put the security back on and see if you can connect.

does the router have a version number on it - so i can post a link to the correct user manual and we can follow together
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