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But wireless, you have to get connected before you could get into the router. I never noticed the MAC address check boxes at the bottom of the page until you mentioned it. FYI- her router (Netgear) login was "routerlogin.net". I did what you said, and change the address to the computer address. If your computer can connect to your network via the wire...then I'd troubleshoot the wireless by doing the following: 1) Make sure that the MAC address of the wireless NIC card is in the "accepted" list on the router.Hello all, 4 APs (Cisco aironet 1130) with overlaping, WPA/TKIP, 802.1x authentication, Protected EAP, MSCHAP v2 without "Automatically use my Windows logon username", hidden SSID, machine authentication is set in PCs registry key HKLM\SW\Microsoft\EAPOL\Pabal, value Auth Mode=2. Watch Guard DNSWatch reduces malware infections by detecting and blocking malicious DNS requests, improving your ability to protect employees from phishing attacks.
Everything was working fine when she picked it up, specifically the wireless. I did a search for this and maybe one of the fixes will work. Here is the manual for her router so if you are doing this over the phone you can see what she is seeing. Unplug the power to the router then plug it back in.
Now open the windows wireless manager (My Network Places, View Network Connections, select the Dell wireless adapter, then click View available wireless networks), select the proper AP from the list, click Connect and configure the connection.
If you no longer have the intermittent connection problems when setup like that, it's time to call Dell.
WPA/WPA2 only authenticates when you first connect.
It does a 4 packet handshake to connect/authenticate and then that's it. Now you can break WPA/WPA2 as well if you capture the handshake packets.
If it doesn't help, you can just open the Dell WLAN utility, check the 'Let this tool' box again and it will be back like it was before.