found wireless local access device has no fa internet access

Hello friends please help I have Sony model led tv KDL-32EX520 wifi ready I have brought a UWA BR100 for WIFI, IT DETECTS my wifi but it says:

found wireless device
local access failed
Internet access failed

Pls help me pls!

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