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I have been trying for days to connect my laptop to my Wireless Home Network on Windows XP. Verizon sent a new modem router. - DLINK 2750B. It works just fine with DESKTOP and at other rooms wired for CAT5.
However, can't get laptop setup to work. Tried all avenues on Verizon website - none work. I am following the manual steps and get as far as VIEW AVAILABLE WIRELESS NETWORKS. Neighbors ones show up but ours DOES NOT. Do I have to do anything with the DLINK before it can be recognized??
I repeated the procedure to connect my laptop to the wireless network. The Dlink2750B Modem Router works fine for desktop and other rooms with CAT5 wiring.
On my LAPTOP, our network DOES SHOW UP. I went through the steps of entering WPA key - it says "looking for network" and finally says NO NETWORK IN RANGE. Whatg is going wrong????
you needto login to the dlink and chanhe the wireless channel and try to connect again.
only use channels 1, 6 & 11
open abrowser and go to http://192.168.1.1
If you didn't change your gateway's default password when you set up your router, it may have been changed to your gateway router's serial number to provide greater security. You can find your router's serial number on a label affixed to the bottom or back of your gateway.