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Topic # 25767 1-Sep-2008 08:57
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Hey guys...

I can log into wifi connections at home without any problem.... but am just trying to connect it at work.. but having a hard time getting it through....

any idea why it may be causing trouble?

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  Reply # 161154 1-Sep-2008 09:06
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You really don't provide enough detail for anyone to give you any real help, here's a few questions for you to answer which might help narrow down the problem:

Are you getting a good strong signal at work?
Is the work network encrypted in some way?
Are you getting any connection at all? Can you browse websites?

What exactly do you mean by "hard time getting it through"?

Can other people at your work connect to the wifi?




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  Reply # 161162 1-Sep-2008 09:16
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muppet: You really don't provide enough detail for anyone to give you any real help, here's a few questions for you to answer which might help narrow down the problem:



Are you getting a good strong signal at work?

Is the work network encrypted in some way?

Are you getting any connection at all? Can you browse websites?



What exactly do you mean by "hard time getting it through"?



Can other people at your work connect to the wifi?



Are they using MAC  addressing?, are you on the list, saounds like you should talk to your work's IT ppl if they have any

 
 
 
 




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  Reply # 161168 1-Sep-2008 09:25
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sorry guys...
i was not too sure how and what was the problem so was not able to describe properly...i apologise that... :)

but its all working good... it turns out that work wifi router just needed to be rebooted..as it was causing the problem for work wifi connections too :)

so all happy now :) yay..

thanks guys for trying to assist me anyways.

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