We see the SSID, and push beyond that to passphrase, enter that, waits for a minute, and responds to the effect it is unable to connect. Several questions around this:
I am thinking here has got to be more than a simple straightforward SSID connection involved.
Beyond that, assuming we connect to our router, I have the DHCP tables finding the MAC and assigning a static IP address, one that computers on our internal network can find manually. Verified, that's worked in the past, assuming we can get beyond the wifi connection failed negotiation.
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