Originally Posted by nasser1
Thanks for tour answer.
Actually I am using the device Cisco Wireless-N, Access point. Wap4410N.
This device is working properly with windows7. Access to internet is good, no
problems. But when using Fedora system and trying to access internet the problem
begins. I've tried to define the wireless network but the uncommon shortcuts make
it difficult for me to finish it.
Again, thank you
Fedora has a live IRC channel you can try for more direct help. this problem can be many different things, and that channel may be the easiest place to get help quickly.
Try to connect with Mozilla addon "chatzilla". waring, you will need to sign up on the freenode server(free).
I can also suggest trying Mandriva, it has loads of good Wireless drivers and require almost no setup. I would be surprised if Mandriva does not autodetect your wireless. It is also easy to use for new Linux users, easier than Fedora.