Why won't my wireless devices connect to my WiFi?

Shaman
04.07.2012
Shaman

I have been able to connect before, but since I was having trouble with my internet lately, I haven't been able to get my laptop or Kindle to connect. I was able to get my signal back after unplugging and rebooting several times, but now I'm unable to get my devices to work. My modem and router are showing that I do have a connection, but the devices are telling me that they are not connected. I've been through all the troubleshooting, and I'm really not crazy about calling tech-support. I'm thinking that it's something simple, since I am showing a strong signal.
I would greatly appreciate any help you could give me!

hbk
04.07.2012
hbk

Hello,

so none of wireless r connecting if yes then make sure wifi light is flashing green in router then try below steps

>connect a pc to router with ethernet cable and from run type cmd
>type ipconfig and u'll get ipaddress, snm and def.gateway address(ipaddress of router)
>open browser and type http://192.168.x.x(Def.Gateway address) and will be prompted for login
>enter the def. Un and PWD which can be found at the bottom of router
>u'll find wireless settings either in left or on top side depends on router
>change the network name(SSID), wireless ch-6/11, and also make sure wifi radio is enabled

try the above steps and see if it works… If not then
>u can find firmware version for the router in interfac. Check in internet for latest if available
>try updating and see

if nothing worked and call tech support and replace router

Ganesh Satpute
04.07.2012
Ganesh Satpute

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First check whether you have authenticated to use WiFi
If WiFi authenticates users using MAC address then registered MAC address should be equal to your current MAC address

To change MAC address download MAC ID changer software.