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# 39501 15-Aug-2009 11:09
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ok ive finally got my wired connection going between my laptop and linksys router and woosh gateway .i can access the internet but ,when i try the wireless connection i cant access the internet???

im connected via secure connection to the router thats all working ,but cant access internet ,what should my tcp/ip properties be? should they be automatic or should the ip be the router , gateway be the woosh gateway and the dns settings be the same as the gateway??

im having real troulbe here might be something so simple i'll kick myself ,anyone know??? ,im sure i accessed the internet using unsecured wireless before.

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  # 246923 15-Aug-2009 12:25
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The easiest way is to have all settings automatic on your device. If it works when connected via wired ethernet then it should just work when connected via WiFi.

If not, you should check that your device is actually connected to the AP. Make sure the AP is not filtering MAC addresses, and make sure there's no interference from other AP in the area - perhaps change channel settings on your router to see if you can connect.







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  # 246947 15-Aug-2009 13:26
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thanks ,but i just tried to connect to router via firefox using wireless and it worked and i can access woosh gateway with wireless too ,so it must be connected but how come i cant receive email or use the internet??

 
 
 
 




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  # 246950 15-Aug-2009 13:41
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and i tried this Start, Run, CMD to open a command prompt:

PING 216.109.112.135


PING yahoo.com

and it worked???



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  # 246951 15-Aug-2009 13:42
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hang on its working now??? ,will try with secured network

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  # 253072 4-Sep-2009 08:14
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Hi
I have similar problem any help would be appreciated
Have a sonic wall(firewall)/modem /and a Dlink-N router.
Have x2 computers connected via LAN and a laptop which can connect to internet when connected to LAN but have problems connecting to internet intermittently, however is connected to the network as can access other folders on other computers.
google chrome error Error 105 (net::ERR_NAME_NOT_RESOLVED): The server could not be found.
I have to repair or reset IP addresses all the time to connect to internet
I think I have to set something up in the router(maybe something simple ) ...appreciatye any help please
cheers

rv

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  # 253077 4-Sep-2009 08:25
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Oh! and also have problem connecting my N95 to my WLAN- used to be able to do so before- says unable to connect-invalid PSK (tried checking and rewriting both in paraphrase and in hexadecimal form) same problem. Again i think there is something very simple- just have to go through steps. Should be a good learning for me as i'm just a newb.

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