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 The Basics to Setting Up a Wireless Network?

Answer While wireless networks are definitely less secure than their wired counterparts, the low cost and relative ease of setting up a wireless network have contributed to the rapid growth in the number ... Read More »
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I have a wireless network and a wired network. I want to extend my wireless range.?

Use another router, and best to use a new SSID and key. If a laptop has both wireless properly configured, it will switch to the strongest one.You could use a router as a switch/access point. Log i... Read More »
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When switching on wifi setting on iPhone 4S no avaiable network appears even though there is a network?

Ensure that you also have Join any network enabled as well. If you've got everything enabled for wifi and no available networks are being picked up, then it would be best to take your handset along... Read More »
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Can I use a wireless router to connect a PC (no Wireless Adapter) to a wireless network?

I understand what you are trying to do.Most routers can not be used this way.For some routers (e.g., older LinkSys WRT54G models) you can find third-party alternative firmware (e.g. DDWRT). This a... Read More »
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Wireless printer installed on wireless network. Now IP address conflict. Suggestions?

Just change the ip address on your computer:Windows XP | 1. Go to Start, select Control Panel Note: If you are running Windows XP in classic mode, you will need to go to Start, Settings, ... Read More »
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