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Internet, Networking, and Wireless Discussion of networking, internet, and wireless including Apple's Airport products.

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pleaseeee help me i just spent a lot of money on this stupid airport card.
i installed the card andit seems to be working fine, it says the signal is fine, but wen i go to open up the browser it says server not found...i have a linksys BEFW1154 if that helps...thanks
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Try reinstalling the card or rebooting the router
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If the card is picking up the network it's not your card. If you're sure you're actually connected to the network, it might be your router. Reboot the router and reboot your Mac and see if that helps.

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how do you reset the router?
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There should be a reset button on the back of your router that you will have to press with a pen or paper clip. Then you will have to set up your router like you did when you first got it using the disk that came with it. Good luck
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