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T60 cannot find wireless router Dlink DIR-655

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My T60 could connect to my wireless router DIR-655. However, T60 could find all the wireless network on air, but not my router.

However, my wireless router seems working fine as my web cam, blackberry could use my wireless router without any problem. Inaddition, my T60 could connect to my office wireless router. The only probelm that I see is T60 couldn't connect to DIR-655 properly.

Any advise ?
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by:RobCabeca
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Are you Broadcasting the router name? Or is it hidden from public view? Also, are you using the Windows wireless network configuration or the 'IBM' wireless connection manager?
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by:Kolyan2003
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If your router operates in 802.11n mode (mimo) try switching to B-G mode, B-only, G-only..
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by:AXISHK
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Try both IBM connection manager and Windows but doesn't work.
I have already switched to B-G mode, B-only G-only but it still couldn't find the router.
The router should able to broadcast as my blackberry could view the name of my router..

any furhter advise ? Tks
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Kolyan2003 earned 500 total points
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Are you using any WEP, WPA, etc? if yes - try to disable it.
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