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  # 1037988 6-May-2014 21:59
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Where in NZ are you ... I'm sure someone can help in-home if nearby.

R.



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  # 1037994 6-May-2014 22:22
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It's all sorted now, thank you.  :)

 
 
 
 


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  # 1037996 6-May-2014 22:42
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Well done!

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  # 1038200 7-May-2014 11:25
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Why does she not want wifi though? She can use an ethernet cable too

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  # 1038212 7-May-2014 11:31
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People have many reasons to turn off wi-fi: concerns about health, someone stealing inet, privacy at last... But it's so convenient :)


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  # 1038257 7-May-2014 12:02
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ubergeeknz:
chrissie: Yes, she must have.  But how do you turn it off - I don't know anything about this stuff.  When I installed mine, I just went through the online steps they give you and set up WIFI.

How do you turn off WIFI - please give me the "Idiot's Guide".  :)


http://help.telecom.co.nz/app/answers/detail/a_id/20349

But instead of checking the "Interface Enabled" box, you want to clear the "Interface Enabled" box.  Then just save settings.  WiFi should turn off.


Tin foil hats work quite well too if WiFi can't be disabled

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