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Topic # 6350 18-Jan-2006 09:51
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Still getting to grips with my K-Jam which I bought last week. I got it connected to my home network which uses a wireless router to assign IP addresses Ok, but wanted to do the same thing at work which uses fixed IP addresses & I don't seem to be able to find where to enter the required address in the settings in the K-Jam. I'm hoping to pick up intranet pages which I'm writing with this device in mind. The K-Jam detects the wireless network, reads the SSID chan etc but remains with IP 0.0.0.0 I hope someone's got a few clues that will get me on my way.
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Reply # 26679 18-Jan-2006 10:09
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Welcome to Geekzone... You can change the Wireless LAN configuration by going to Start | Settings | Connections | Network Cards.

You will have to change the configuration when using another access point of course - for example removing the static IP address when connecting at home. Some Pocket PC (such as the Toshiba) have software that allow you to create profiles - this is not available on the i-mate devices by default.







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  Reply # 26681 18-Jan-2006 10:19
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Thanks Mauricio,

I don't suppose you know which 'network card' I need to configure on my K-Jam? I've tried them all at various times without success, but that's probably because there are at least two things that are incorrectly configured. The IP address being just one & not enough by itself to get it working.

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