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According to my friend, this prevented me from connecting to the net despite having a wi-fi connection.So what I did was just: 1) open network connections 2) click properties 3) in the GENERAL tab, click INTERNET PROTOCOL (TCP/IP) 4) click Properties 5) choose obtain DNS server automatically My internet worked afterwards.Some say WPA2 with AES set as the algorithm is best. I set the password bit using my laptop via webpage/default IP on 192.168.1.1 - and I got the initial advice on how to do so from the ' Ask Linksys' website. I'll give the WPA2 with AES option a razz when I get home this evening. I used to have a link to an awesome guide to setting up a secure wireless network with the Linksys configuration page, but I lost the link recently and haven't been able to find it again. Failing that I'll add to this topic with an update. Anyway, the problem at my house and other locations I have been to, is that when my Windows XP machine tries to connect to a wireless network, it just sits there saying "Validating Identity".There is some checkbox in the properties window that I now have to uncheck it seems in order to get this resolved, but even then, it doesn't always work.If you're using XP it should be set to 64 bit, 128 bit doesn't always work for XP machines connecting via wireless.Also, sometimes WEP isn't the best option - have you tried WPA settings?
I am using the Windows Wireless Connection Manager. On a couple of occasions I've seen that particular AP (don't know what firmware) suddenly stop attempting to authnenticate clients (it never sends any RADIUS requests) and power-cycling the AP "fixes" the issue.
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Im able to go online from the computers connected to the modem with ethwrnet cable.
Morning / Afternoon, I have the aforementioned status on my Wireless Connection.
This only arose when I added a WEP Password to my WAG160N (in order to prevent my friendly locals - who've all become far too accustomed to using my wireless - from using all my bandwidth.) I've checked previous threads and google searches, all of which tell me I need to check/uncheck some box within Wireless Connection Properties that states, "Enable IEEE 802.1x authentication for this network." I have checked everywhere and this option does not exist to my knowledge!
This wasn't my solution unfortunately as I was already using the option for obtaining DNS server automatically.