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Motorola WPCI810G Troubleshooting

Motorola wpci810g laptop-accessory: supplementary guide.
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Section 4:Troubleshooting
Hardware Solutions
This section details possible solutions to common problems that
might occur in using the WPCI810G.
Contact Us
If you are unable to locate a solution here, please access our website
at
www.motorola.com/broadband/networking
You can also reach us 7 days a week, 24 hours a day at
1-877-466-8646.
My computer is experiencing difficulty connecting to the wireless
network.
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Ensure that your PC and wireless access point is powered on.
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Ensure that your wireless PCI adapter is installed correctly and is
active.
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Ensure that your wireless PCI adapter and access point radio
signal is enabled. Review your access point's documentation for
further instructions.
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Ensure that your wireless PCI adapter for your PC and the
wireless access point have the same security settings that will
allow your computer to access the wireless network. Refer to the
Configuration section of the documentation that came with your
access point.
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Verify that the Access Control List (ACL) is not configured to
block your PC. Refer to the Configuration section of the
documentation that came with your access point.
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Ensure that your wireless PCI adapter is within range of your
access point or is not behind an obstruction; for example, metal
structures will interfere with the signal, as will 2.4 GHz cordless
phones, and microwaves.
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Ensure that your access point antenna is connected.
SECTION 4, TROUBLESHOOTING
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    Section 4:Troubleshooting This section details possible solutions to common problems that might occur in using the WPCI810G. Contact Us If you are unable to locate a solution here, please access our website www.motorola.com/broadband/networking You can also reach us 7 days a week, 24 hours a day at 1-877-466-8646.

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    SECTION 4 I would like to see if my Internet connection is alive. For this, you will use the ping command to test the connection. Before attempting, determine the IP Address of your adapter. Open a command prompt by clicking Start and Run. For Windows 98 and ME, in the Open field, type command and press Enter or OK.

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