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Topic # 11298 15-Jan-2007 03:49
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I've recently bought an IPAQ 2200series pda. I have a spectec wireless card for the pda, but cannot get a connection to my home wireless network :(   I spent 3 days trying EVERYTHING, finally, I somehow was connnected (not sure how) .  All was fine until I had to reset the pda, now I'm back at square 1.

It sees  my home network, and indicates it's connected to it, but i cannot get any dataflow throught the pda unless it's hardwired to my pc.

any help would be GREATLY apperciated.  At this point I'm desperate

thank you

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  Reply # 59459 1-Feb-2007 10:50
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is your home network secured in any way? if its wpa maybe your card doesnt support this, has the ipaq asked for a network key or wep key? is your router firewall set to block external iput/output, or is it set for mac filtering, do you know anyone elese with a wireless network try your on that one and visa versa, good luck

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