I am using the same router without any issue. Try the following
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Resolution of Vista Unidentified NetworkThe Vista Unidentified Network or
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issues. The following are some resolutions. ...
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"mark" <email@example.com> wrote in message
>I have this Vonage phone/wireless & wired router setup that currently works
> in wired mode with two different XP laptops. I connect the coax from the
> cable outlet to my cable modem, an ethernet cable from the cable modem to
> Linksys router, and another ethernet cable from the router to the laptop.
> power-up the cable modem first and let it get itself set, then the Linksys
> router. The XP laptops are set with TCP/IP set to acquire IP addresses
> automatically, and this works fine - they can see the network and IE works
> and all that. However, a new laptop running Vista connected exactly the
> way says it finds an unidentified network and won't connect. If I remove
> Linksys router from the setup and run the ethernet cable directly from the
> cable modem to the laptop, the network connection works fine.
> Any ideas?