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    Linksys WRT54G Help

    I recently got the Linksys WRT54G router and set it up and all, I have a WEP key and I get a connection, but I can't download any content. I don't have MAC filtering on. The same thing with my laptop, I get a 100% connection but if I try to go to a website, it won't work.

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    u ownt like it but take down your security wep key...i have the same router and thats how i do it and i got it running fast as hell.
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    Quote Originally Posted by ref1mind
    u ownt like it but take down your security wep key...i have the same router and thats how i do it and i got it running fast as hell.
    that makes no sense though...if i have the right key which i do, it should still let me in...
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    What helped for me was to use a static IP address. I am using WEP encription and MAC address filtering and had the same problem, but as long as I set the wii to a static IP (I used 192.168.1.20 to ensure it isnt assigned to any other machine by DHCP), it works fine.

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