If you are trying to connect to the 5GHz wifi, there will be a 5g after the last 3 of the routers MAC address.Note: If your router has multiple ethernet ports, DO NOT use the WAN port to connect a computer.WAN ports are usually colored blue and/or labeled with an icon that looks like a little monitor; they are intended to be used to connect devices that provide internet, such as Cable, DSL, or Satellite modems.If you see a message about Validating Identity upon connecting to the Cradlepoint router, it means WEP security mode is enabled.Can you please tell me how I can solve this problem? Ini berlangsung terus menerus dan tidak selesai-selesai proses ini.
By default, the wifi SSID will always be the model of the Cradlepoint router separated by a (-) and then the last 3 of the routers MAC address.Apparently this is a fairly common problem with XP, as there is a lot of discussion about this across the Internet.I haven't found the right fix yet, and am trying to avoid reformatting, which I can do as a last resort.Go to Start - Control Panel - Network Connections 2. Let me know how that goes Obmute, thanks for your suggestion. Right click on the Wireless connection and do properties. Click on the Preferred Networks tab and remove your network from the list. By default, 802.1X authentication on Window 8.1/10 consists of not only client authentication, but also server authentication, which requires the server (here is the Vigor AP) to provide certificate information to the client.However, if the model or the firmware version does not support Certificate Configuration yet, we may set up the Windows client not to verify the server's identity, and still do 802.1X authentication with Vigor Router or Vigor AP.If that does not help, then consider uninstalling the Wi Fi netcard.Also, make sure that you are using WPA(2) Personal (PSK) for both the Comcast gateway, and for the Wi Fi client that you are setting up; don't try to use "WPA-Enterprise" or "802.1X" security because that almost certainly will require resources that you don't have (resources such as a security certificate for that connection).I can't provide you with a screen shot of how to do this because I don't have access to the Comcast gateway that you are using, or to a setup screen for your unnamed Wi Fi client. She still has the original box that the computer came in along with a bunch of discs, including the Driver Recovery CD.Since I don't want to make matters worse than they are now, I haven't uninstalled the network card yet.