Be certain that you have each Wireless MAXg PC Card, PCI Adapter, or USB Adapter set to Infrastructure mode. Verify that you are using the same Network Name (SSID) and Security information as the Wireless MAXg Access Point. Refer to your Wireless PC Cards, PCI Adapters, or USB Adapters documentation to determine how to change these settings.
Your Wireless MAXg Access Point may not have received a valid IP address for your network. If the IP address is set to Dynamic, make sure you have the access point connected to a network device with DHCP enabled. If it is not connected to a network device with DHCP enabled, the access point will not receive an IP address and you will not be able to connect to it. If you use a static IP address, verify that it is in the same subnet as your computers IP address. Refer to the LAN chapter in the Web User Interface section of this User Guide for more information about changing the IP address.
Your Wireless MAXg Access Point may not be responding. Try unplugging the power supply and then plugging it back in.
Your Wireless MAXg Access Point may not be responding. Try restoring the factory default settings of the Wireless MAXg Access Point to reactivate it. If you restore the factory default settings, the Wireless MAXg Access Point will lose any custom settings. Press in and hold the RESET button for between five and ten seconds. If you made any personal configuration settings, you will need to make the changes again or restore your settings if you created a backup file.
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