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Old 30th December 2011
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Default Lenovo T60 as a wireless AP (wpi0), DHCP server

I have been diligent in looking for the missing piece of this wireless puzzle. I have configured as far as I know the AP (with wpi0) including the firmware. DHCP is configured as well. When I do an ifconfig the laptop shows wpi0 is up, broadcast, and running, shows ssid (nwid) and wpakey. I can ping address Here is where my problem lies, status:no network. Why? Did I miss something? Is there some other info I can provide? Any input would be greatly appreciated. Thanks Mark
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