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Cannot access the Internet - Setting Up a Wireless Network - Well Tryi


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UKCamaroSS

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Hi,

I am tryin to set up a wireless network for my father in law, but I am having some issues. The purpose of this set up is to allow him to use a WiFi Skype phone, to call his daughter (my wife) when we move to Italy next week.

His PC is running Windows XP
His ISP is Demon broadband
His modem is a speedtouch 510

I purchased a Belkin Wireless F5d7230-4

Connecting direct to the net from the speedtouch modem has been no issue for the past 12 months...
I just can not get a connection to the net via the belkin.

Not sure what other info would help you, to help me.... any help or suggestions would be very welcome!!

Thanks in advance,
UKCamaroSS

Edited by UKCamaroSS, 05 February 2007 - 09:50 AM.

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Give This tutorial by SpaceCowboy706 a read, it's got just about everything you'd need to know.
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Hi,

Thanks for the quick reply.

I have followed the instructions in the guide, and I am now stuck again.... at point 36.

Any further help appreciated.

Thanks,
UKCamaroSS
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Hi,

One thing I always do after setting anything up is > Open IE > Tools > Internet Options > Connecitons > LAN Settings > *TICK* Automatically Detect Settings.

Edited by SuperSam, 10 February 2007 - 04:24 AM.

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