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I have a Wireless-g broadband router model WRT54GS2, the internet source is from a sprint mobile broadband card px which plugs into my laptop. The router and connection worked great until someone hit the hard reset button on the router. I set up the router using the setup cd provided. After the reset button was hit, I tried to use the cd to fix the connection problem but, I can't use the cd because it keeps saying ERROR Is there anything I can do to manually set the router up again and get the connection going??

I can connect to the wireless using a laptop but it Validating identity problems for wireless networks validating identity, and the connection won't work. How do I fix this?!??!?! I turned off the authentication and that fixed the validating identity problem, I can now connect to the wireless Online dating entry, the internet still doesn't work from laptops or different devices despite being able to connect.

Thank you so much!!! I really can't thank you enough over the computer, this has given me a headache for days your solution worked perfectly.

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Message 2 of 8 11, Views. This is what the command prompt gave me: Windows IP configuration Host name No DNS suffix search list Ethernet adapter Wireless Network connection: Fri, jan 15 XX NetBios over Tcpip Message 3 of 8 11, Validating identity problems for wireless networks. With the computer connected wireless to your router, open the web interface at http: Now do the following: On the same page turn off the DHCP server. You'll loose the connection.

Do not use the internet port of the WRT! That should do it. Now all your other computers can connect to the internet through the computer with the broadband card. Remember that from now on you have to Validating identity problems for wireless networks the WRT on http: Message 4 of 8 11, Views. Message 5 of 8 11, Views. And how on earth is he supposed to connect to the internet if he disables his link to the internet?

It's a mobile broadband link which is shared to the ethernet port. Disabling it will simply knock him off the internet Message 6 of 8 11, Views. Message 7 of 8 11, Views. Wow, please help me lol. I am so frustrated routers are going to take a year off my life. I was having someone help me set up other devices on my wireless and he messed everything up That didn't work this time eventhough I did the exact same thing as last time. The only noticable difference Fun dating from your third step on saving the settings.

As of right now, my ethernet is plugged in lan port 1 not the internet port and I hit the hard reset button Validating identity problems for wireless networks so I can start fresh if you are able to give me any direction again. Thank you so much!! Message 8 of 8 11, Views.


I cant connect it to my wireless network and it says validating Identity. topic from other people having this issue, but nothing seems to work. Oct 8, Problem. You cannot use the Internet and see the following message: “Windows The status of the connection states “Validating Identity ”. Uncheck the box that says “Enable IEEE x authentication for this network. Feb 15, For years I have been using Wndows XP with wireless networks. I have never had a problem connecting to wireless networks with Windows XP.