lost wireless network

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Network Configuration
Network connectivity
Remote access
Wireless Access Points
I had a wireless network set up, but lost internet conecntion to both my desktop and laptop. I hit the reset button on my westell box, and regained internet access on the desktop. However, my wireless network is no longer showing up as an availble network. (I can still see my neighbors, etc.) What did I do wrong??

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Sir,

Just restart the access point and redicover the devices in your range and it will show your access point
its just IP Conflict.

Best regards…..

Ali Younis…

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Make sure the router is broadcasting the SSID. If it isn’t broadcasting, the device will not show up in the network and you have to connect to it manually.

First of all you must add your SSID in your laptop or desktop Wireless Lan connection -propeties-available wireless network-add

Then you turn on your wireless device and if it is in the broadcasting limit then automatically find the router.because some laptop could not recognize your wireless router.

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  • Robert Stewart
    It seems your Westell box has lost its connection to the wireless access point, you need to login into the westell and set the wireless back up, if you reset the westell box by pressing the reset.
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