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    Question Cannot connect to wireless router(Philips In.sight Monitor)

    I am using a Cisco Model # WRT120n router.
    Philips in.sight wireless home monitor. Model # M100D/37
    Amber light appears to work as in instructions.
    Green light works as instructions.
    Also using software from Cisco "Network Magic" to enable connection to router.
    I have 2 desk tops, 2 laptops, 1 Ipad, 1 Nook, and 1 HP printer connected to the same router.
    All these devices are wireless.
    After a while the green flashing light turns to an amber flashing light.
    I start all over again.
    Have also tried the reset on the back on the camera.
    Whats next??

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    Dear tedski_1,

    We would like to get your user registration ID and check for the back-end what's wrong there. Kindly send me a PM on this.

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    Dear tedski_1,

    I suspect that this can be due to the insufficient bandwidth of your network. Could you please disable some of your connected devices from the network and retry?

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    Hello participants of the thread and forum members in general!

    Hopefully your issue was dealt with and you are no longer facing it. Since the thread has been silent for some time now, I will proceed by closing it. If you still have the same question about the same issue or any similar issues arise feel free to start a new thread or contact one of us moderators to open this thread again.

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