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Linksys router not assigning IP to wireless clients
Pretty much exactly what it sounds like, I'm running a Linksys WRT54G and for some reason the DHCP is not handing out an IP to wireless clients that try to connect. The wireless clients (three different computers, at this point) are able to see the network at Excellent signal strength and put in a WEP key but then they just stick at "renewing IP address." Assigning them a static IP address doesn't seem to help, either.
Wired clients are no problem, as long as they're connected by an ethernet cable they get their IP address straight away.
What I find odd is that the computer I'm typing this on is connected to the router fine via wireless, as is my sister's laptop. Is this possibly because they're using third party software to manage their wireless adapter?
So, is this a DHCP issue, some kind of issue with Windows, or something else entirely?
Oh and the router is currently flashed with DD-WRT but gives me the same issues as the standard firmware.