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BUT in the "Choose a Wireless Network" window it lists the network with the status of "validating identity".

We are not connected when attempting to go to the internet.

When try to connect the wifi, it always shows “waiting for the network …”, and it disappears after you entering the security key.

Please check the Service Pack of your laptop to see whether it’s SP1 、 SP2 or SP3 ( Click on Start, find my computer, right click on my computer and choose properties) SP1 can support WEP ony; SP2 can support WEP 、 WPA-PSK(WPA-personal); SP3 can support WEP 、 WPA-PSK ( WPA-personal ) 、 WPA2-PSK ( WPA2-personal ) Please make sure of the SP version of your laptop and set the corresponding security type. Once connected to the wifi, it shows “Validating identity” ( Windows cannot find a certificate to log you on the network ) Please try to cancel the authentication by click Here 4. Try to change your SSID and channel on the router’s configuration page.

Click the "Manage Wireless Networks" link in the blue bar on the left-hand side of the window. Check the "Show Characters" checkbox to verify that you typed it correctly. Click the "OK" button to save your change and close the Wireless Network Properties dialog.

Double-click the icon corresponding to your wireless network to open the "Wireless Network Properties" dialog. Your connection should be automatically established.

WPA2 is more secure than WPA because WPA2 uses Advanced Encryption Standard (AES) encryption and meets the Federal Information Processing Security (FIPS) 140-2 requirements.

Try a different laptop to see whether it has the same problem. Once your computer is in range with the wireless network profile that is saved on your computer, it will automatically attempt to connect to that wireless network you have previously connected to.

A Service Set Identifier (SSID) is the network name being broadcasted by your TP-Link wireless router. If the Problem is caused by your laptop, please call the support of your laptop. If you have connected to various wireless networks before, your computer may have problems connecting wirelessly, especially when the wireless network name (SSID) is the same with the previous ones you have connected to.

This is where your computer or wireless device connects to become part of your wireless network. Check whether the laptop has a WIFI button, make sure the WIFI is on. Removing wireless network profiles on your computer may improve your wireless connectivity to your current wireless network. If you are not sure, please login the management page to double check.

Here are some issues that you may easily face: For windows XP: 1.

When you try to search the wireless network, there is a piece of information shows ”Windows cannot configure this wireless network settings………” This is caused by some programs may block your Microsoft zero configuration tool, you can try to enable it by clicking Here 2.

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