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My laptop have broadcom 802.11 g adapter. but IBSS 54g(tm) mode have 802.11b/ 54g auto/54g performence only. so that, my laptop cannot access all access point. how can i solve this?

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Greetings - Let's go over the settings in your router:
1) On the Home menu screen go to wireless in the left column 2) Wireless band should be setup as 802.11g 3) Mode should say access point 4) SSID should have a name - should also be the same name used on the laptop 5) SSID broadcast should be enabled 6) ***Important - For now set Authentication to open system. Make sure that is how your laptop WIFI card is setup. You can setup security after you get the two connected 7) Super G mode should be disabled 6) Move one tab on top over to advanced make sure data rate is auto
Try those settings (making sure the laptop settings match) and you should be able to get connected. If not, copy this text and return here and paste in into another request for help and someone will take you the rest of the way.
Good Luck, Mikeywaf

Posted on Mar 08, 2011

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