No router located
#1
I keep getting, "No Router Located." 

Apple iiGS/WiModem232 V2; 

AT*N shows all the networks and when I try either using SSID name directly (AT*SSID thessidname,passphrase) or (AT*NS#,passphrase) it doesn't work.

Now I am using Apple Airport Extremes. I do have an airport express daisy chained to one of them, so I don't know why but many times (including in this scenario), it's showing the guest network and the main network SSID twice.

Are certain encryption types not supported?
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#2
AES and TKIP are both supported (as well as open).

The router name or password can not contained any space (or non-ASCII) characters in it.
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#3
(06-20-2018, 05:58 PM)admin Wrote: AES and TKIP are both supported (as well as open).

The router name or password can not contained any space (or non-ASCII) characters in it.

Hmmm my router supports WPA and WPA2. Are these forms of that? If not I’ll have to open up the guest network or something.
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#4
WPA and WPA2 are the type, and use either AES or TKIP as the encryption.  OPEN, WEP, WPA, and WPA2 are the supported types.

Try making a guest connection with a simple name.  The only time I have seen a problem like you describe is when the router name or password contains non-standard ASCII characters, or space characters.  You can use space characters in the router name if you use the AT*NS option,  but the password has to contain no spaces and standard ASCII characters.  If your router has a WPS button, you could also use that.
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#5
Ty. I have my router connected and password protected again. Seems to connect. Having other issues though. When I try atdt google.com:80 Only once did that work. Most times, such as now, it says error in PROTERM and it just freezers. I can reboot the software but the OLED on the wimodem continues to say google.com

I have to physically unplug the wimodem to clear that, if I try again, same deal.

Not sure what's going on. It's connected to my router...
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#6
What computer are using?  What cable are you using?  Since you are using ProTerm, that is for the Apple II series computers - did you follow the instructions for using ProTerm?  There is a thread specifically for Apple II computers and how to setup ProTerm.  If you don't have ProTerm setup correctly, it will hang.  You can always use +++ and ATH to disconnect from a site.

See here: http://www.cbmstuff.com/forum/showthread.php?tid=477
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#7
I actually got it now. ty.
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#8
Great!
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