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Old 10-12-07, 05:46 AM Thread Starter   #1
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Wi-Fi noob, help needed


Okay, I am trying to set up a 802.11g network for the first time, and I really need some help. I have two machines:

A:
Windows XP
Abit AirPace Wi-Fi

B:
Windows 2000
MSI PC60G

I have (A) set to software AP mode, WPA2-PSK, autoconfig IP.

(B) is also set to WPA2-PSK, autoconfig IP.

The SSID set on (A) appears on (B). When I try to connect, it only shows connected for a second, then disconnects, and the cycle repeats. I have tried several keys, with the same result. I even tried running unsecured and had the same problem.

Incidentally I can successfully connect to a local open network from each machine (and access the Internet), so I know the cards are not globally defective.

Please, tell me how to get this working.

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