10-10-2009 04:26 PM
10-11-2009 12:42 AM
If you can connect to your wireless printer through your neighbor's router, then this means that your printer is connecting to your neighbor's router. This suggests that you and your neighbor are both using the same SSID. Are you still using an SSID of "linksys". If so, shame on you!
First of all, give your network a unique SSID. Do not use "linksys". If you are using "linksys" you may be trying to connect to your neighbor's router. Also, do not set your router to the same SSID that your neighbor is using. Also set "SSID Broadcast" to "enabled". This will help your computer find and lock on to your router's signal.
Are you saying that you enabled "AP isolation" on the router? If so, this will block you from using your printer from a wireless computer. Set "AP isolation" to disabled.
If your printer has been thrown out the window, and is in pieces on the ground, it is unlikely that it will connect to your wireless router. Please re-assemble your printer and set it to use your new SSID and password.