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You will need to access the router via click here and log in using admin as username no password is neccesary then go to wireless setup on the left of the page and then choose wireless connection setup wizard and follow the instructions Hi Rizlo29Just tried what you said and its still not working..... but the status is validating identity and the icon at the bottom right of my tool bar still has the yellow ball swinging from side to side... there must be something on the laptop that is blocking it - but it says it is connected to the network but status is always validating identity..???
thanks x Do you know how to set up a static ip address?
Earlier today, Viehböck released on his site a free tool that he said can be used to duplicate his research and findings, detailed in this paper (PDF).
He said his tool took about four hours to test all possible combinations on TP-Link and D-Link routers he examined, and less than 24 hours against a Netgear router.
If static works then you can just use that ip from now on two. I didnt have a problem before at my old house, but that was with a netgear router (still with virgin media) but now I have a d-link router.
Hi Mgmcc, I have the same router as you and windows xp.
Hello, I've just set up Virgin Broadband at home and can connect to the net via the Etheret Cable... apparantly, my network is set up properly, it says that it is connected to this network...
but the wireless icon says 'Limited Connectivity' and I cant open up any webpages, even though the network is set up properly but the status says Validating Identity??
WPS enables typical users who possess little understanding of traditional Wi-Fi configuration and security settings to automatically configure new wireless networks, add new devices and enable security.” Setting up a home wireless network to use encryption traditionally involved navigating a confusing array of Web-based menus, selecting from a jumble of geeky-sounding and ill-explained encryption options (WEP, WPA, WPA2, TKIP, AES), and then repeating many of those procedures on the various wireless devices the user wants to connect to the network.
To make matters worse, many wireless routers come with little or no instructions on how to set up encryption. Wireless routers with WPS built-in ship with a personal identification number (PIN – usually 8 digits) printed on them.