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How to connect my laptop with my ADSL 2+ router, I have to connect my laptop with my ADSL 2+ modem/router but I am not getting how to do it...

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Hello guys,

I am not able to connect my laptop through my wifi enabled router.What should I do? Any suggestions...

If it is not the right place for this post then feel free to remove or change the location...This is an off programming discussion and related to net(I think)....
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Hoping for soon response.

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Need a lot more input!

What have you done?
What error did you receive?
How large is the distance between you and your w-lan router?
Which OS/Software did you use to establish the connection?
Which w-lan standard did your w-lan card/router support? (a/b/g/h/n?)
Which settings did you choose for your w-lan (encryption/channel/ssid name visible)?


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1:->My wireless router/modem is enabled.(my windows is Win XPSP2).And my wireless router is hardly 1-2 mtrs away from me.
2:->I opened my wireless switch (with 802.11g network adapter).
3:->I opened wireless network setup wizard in control panel.Then the sreen1 appeared..
4:->I filled it as shown and then click next.
5:->It asks me to that how I want to set up my connection either by a USB flash drive or by setting it up manually.
I chose manually and click next..
6:->It tells wizard completed successfully and a button as "print network settings appear" when I click on it
it shows me a text document with SSID,Network Key and many more things.......
7:-> Now I search for available wireless networks in show all connections,it shows my wireless router,as shown in screen2.
8:-> Then I click connect and it gets connected successfully..

Now what to do?? I am not getting this..????? Pics are with attached file

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The wizzard on the first screen is for setting up a local network in ad-hoc mode. So others can connect to your pc without an w-lan access point.

You only have to use the wizzard on the second screen. Choose your network an double click or use the button "connect". It looks like your network isn't encrypted. That is nothing i would recommend. But you have to take care of the law in your country. Maybe it doesn't allow strong encryptions.


After you are connected with your w-lan do the following:
press [windows key] + [R] to enter run window.
type: "control netconnections" (without the quotes)

Or go to control panel and something like "network connections". I don't have any system running with XP engl. so i have to guess the most translations.

If you see a "MyNetwork" and a "Wireless Network Connection" maybe a "LAN connection" too. You are right.

"MyNetwork" might be your previous set up ad-hoc connection. You can delete it. The worst case is that you have to reinstall your w-lan card. But that shouldn't be a problem, or?

If you have enabled dhcp in your router settings you can do the following:
  • 1.Select your "Wireless Network Connection" and choose "Properties" from the right click context menü.
  • 2.You will see i list of installed protocolls and network drivers.
  • 3.Choose "Internet Protocol 4 (TCP/IPv4)" or something like that including (TCP/IP 4).
  • 4.Select "Properties again.
  • 5.Choose "Automatically assign IP-Address" and "Automatically assign DNS-Server-Address".
  • 6.Confirm with "OK".
  • 7.Confirm with "OK".
  • 8.Now it should work flawless.

Otherwise if you don't have enabled dhcp in your router settings. You can look at the bottom of your router. Most of the time you find there a small hint:

IP-Address: 192.168.0.1 [or 192.168.1.1 or 192.168.2.1 or 192.168.178.1]
username: admin
password: 123456

In this case you have to do the above steps from 1. till 4.
  • Choose "Use the following IP-Address" instead of the "Automatically...."
  • Enter the router IP from the bottom of your router. But increase the last number!!! Otherwise you would get a network IP-Address conflict.
  • Subnetmask is in most cases matches "255.255.255.0". Maybe you can find it on the bottom of your router too. Otherwise use the one calculeted by windows or post me more information. Don't ask why this all have to be, because i could write a book to explain all of that.
  • "Standard Gateway" is the IP-Address of your router without any changes.
  • "Favorite DNS-Server" is also the IP-Address of your router.
  • Follow Step 6. from above again.

Hope this helps!

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XeS when I am going to "control netconnections" the following screen appears (as attached), but it has no connection from which I can connect .It just has a Wireless Network Connection which is connected and a LAN connection which is also connected(do I have to disconnect my LAN connection before running my wireless connection?) .The only problem which is here is that I can not see any connection as myconnection by which I can connect to.

Should I create a new connection by create a new connection wizard in the same window??And if so then how????

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