We have a set up which includes several air-lap1134n-e-k9 access points. We're having problems with a specific laptop connecting to the WLAN which is accessible via the AP. We can see numerous different SSIDs available and when we connect to either of the two we have set up it says it is unable to connect. One of the connections, let's call it Internet, has Layer 3 security set up. The other connection, Web, has Layer 2 security set up. The laptop can connect to neither. It can, however, connect to other wifi in the vacinity including a wifi hotspot we set up on an Android phone.
The laptop has an Intel Centrino Wireless-N 1030 network adapter with current drivers. The WLAN's we've set up, Internet and Web, are both enabled for 802.11n.
Let's not talk about all other SSID you have. Let's concentrate one ONE of the SSID that you are having a problem. Default the security and the encryption, as in, OPEN authentication. If the laptops authenticate, then stack the security and/or encryption one-at-a-time.
The WLAN's we've set up, Internet and Web, are both enabled for 802.11n.
No it's not.
Your WAP is an 1130. This model does NOT support 802.11n. Only 802.11a/b/g.
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