Cannot Connect to WiFi, No Router Located?
#11
Well, something changed in your router. WPS just automates the same process used with the AT*SSID command. Maybe someone got into your router remotely? You are definitely using very old WiModem firmware - the AT*REBOOT command was removed years ago.
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#12
What I am saying is that I cannot connect to ANY access point.  Any SSID.  On my network, another network, tethered, what have you...it will not connect manually.  

I have discovered, that if I use the AT*NS[1],passphrase process this works as well as WPS.  

I've used different terminal programs as well, in C64 mode, C128, ANSI, CBM, etc... etc....  

I mean at this point I am connected, but AT*SSID [name][,passphrase] does not work.  And my access point names are basic; HomeAP and HOMEAP2 for example.
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#13
Are you using ANSCII mode for your terminal program? You should be seeing capital letters when you are typing. As stated in the manual, you can’t be in a “graphics” mode when you are entering a SSID and password. With CCGMS you need to toggle mode to ANSCII.
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