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Cant connect to Linksys WAP54G

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I have a Linksys 54G WAP set to mixed mode and I have an IBM ThinkPad R40 with a Cisco PCI Wireless LAN adapter 350 series. It wont conenct althoough it sees the WAP. I have other ThinkPads with Intel wireless nics and they connect no problem. Anyone ideas ?
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is the r40's access mode right? with xp, it should be under auto or netowork mode, not the ad-hoc mode. just have a look over there by checking its network properties.
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seems like different wifi nics have different success rates witht his Linksys - we are trying it out and will probably end up with a Cisco WAP anyways. Thanks for your input but I had all that set correctly.
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since you have resolved your problem by yourself, so please ask EE moderator to delete this question and get refund.
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