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What do you mean by "fully connect"? How far are you from the router? Xfinity has a weaker WiFi signal than most companies. I had them and could not get a good signal when I went to my bedroom from my office (a distance of about 50' with four walls between them).
You could ask them for a stronger router, though I doubt they have one or else they will charge you more on your monthly bill for it. You can also check online for WiFi boosters. They seem to have problems too. Look to YouTube or Instructibles for building your own, inexpensive, booster (usually free if you don't mind it LOOKING homemade).
Hope this helped.
If you can log into the router you should be able to simply reset the guest PSK to whatever you like. If you have a computer that can successfully connect to the guest network you can open an elevated command prompt on it and type netsh wlan export profile name="ProfileName" folder="C:\" key=clear Replace ProfileName with the SSID for the network.
You would need to refer to your Belkin's instruction manual for how to set up WiFi on it. The password for any WiFi hot spot is unique to that hot spot so there is no general 'guest' password per se - it depends on how you setup the WiFi router.
WiFi routers also have a web-based interface where you can open a browser from a connected PC and manage the device. Again, the device's instruction manual will tell you how to do this.
If the router was supplied by your internet service provider you should be able to call them for help.
Hi Norman, For guest access: You can allow guests to use your Internet connection without joining your personal network. . The network name and password for the guest network is located on the network information card found under the foot of your Router . A person using your guest network will be able to join without a password, but will be shown a login page when they attempt to surf the Web.. They will need to enter the guest password into this page to continue. Hope this helps! Please Rate if it did! Thanks, Gary
It may be just a problem of the signal bouncing around and your laptop is struggling at times to find the signal.
Some earlier laptops don't have a wireless booster built in the screen.
Go to your laptops' web site and see if there are any updated drivers for your wireless card.
If still unhappy with results purchase a USB wireless dongle and dissable wireless card, it may have a better reception area, or purchase a signal booster that works in conjunction with your wireless router.