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I am using the old SpeedTouch576 router with wireless capabilities.
Up until a week ago, I have been using both ethernet connection and wireless connection for a year with only minor problems.
The other day, I accidentally pressed the button on the front, which caused a problem I don't care to fix just yet.
It caused me to restart my router, factory settings and all that. After setting up the wireless section, and going to get back online with THREE different wireless systems, the network cannot even be detected. Here are my current settings.
Interface Enabled: Yes
Physical Address: 00:**:**:**:**:**
Network Name (SSID): SpeedTouch1BD585
Interface Type: 802.11b/g
Actual Speed: 54 Mbps
Channel Selection: Auto
Allow multicast from Broadband Network: Yes
Broadcast Network Name: Yes
Allow New Devices: New stations are allowed (automatically)
Security Mode: none
So the problem is that nobody can pick up my network, whereas before I restored the router, it worked absolutely fine.
Sorry, yes it is enabled, I missed it in your post.
I will mention what happened when I pressed the button, too.
My AOL username and password no longer works to grant a successful ethernet connection. I now use somebody else's, as it tends to work. My username and passwordboth strictly follow the AOL requirements, too, yet I get 'Authentication Failed'.
I am unable to change my password on the AOL website, as it says I must log on to their software, and that my username is 'blocked'. I didn't want to install their software, so I used a friends computer. While trying to log in to both the main account and my own account, I recieved the message that AOL has not recieved my payment, therefore I cannot log in.
Upon checking my bank account, I see that I HAVE payed them.
It's mainly the wireless that I need to sort, as my partner can no longer access our router.
Some additional information;
While the router is restarting, I am able to locate the network wirelessly from two different WiFi devices, but when the router gains access to the internet, the wireless networks vanish. I'll also state that the router is broadcasting the SSID as the original unconfigured router name rather than the one I have clearly changed in the settings.
Wireless problem solved by changing channels from 6 to 11.
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