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Wireless Networking

Wireless Networking

SMARTBRO HSDPA USB MODEM, is one of my most preferred used to connect on the internet. Besides being convenient, it is affordable to use, without depriving its quality in speed and connection. Many of my friends have been using it. It is known to be using 3G network connections that most likely are used by modern cellular phones, that can access to the internet.

I had been using SMARTBRO modem since 2009. I didn’t have any problem using it, until last 3 weeks. I usually use it after work, to open my mails and researching.

The moment I plugged it in an error occurred. I don’t really have the screen shot of it to be more specific about the message but it refers to, port connection to the smartbro connection that cannot deliver a signal.

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Last night, I had my Wii online and unexpectedly this error code appeared, “Error Code 5330. ”

I had done various research and followed the instructions that they had provided. I found out that once the WEP is turned on, the Wii displays this type of error message.

And so, I adjusted the broadcasting channel of the Linksys wireless router that I have, into Channel 3 for faster download and accessibility speed. The router is now broadcasting in the mixed mode. Afterwards, I turned off the router and then refreshed it and immediately, the internet connection resumed.

It was doing fine for about fifteen minutes but the same error occurred.

What should be done now? Help me. Thank you.

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We are using a wireless connection at home for our entire wireless device. The problem I am having is that, my iPhone is not detecting the wireless signal when I’m outside the house.

The distance is only 5 feet from our house. I’ve spent a lot of time researching how to expand the wireless signal but nothing seems to be working for me.
 
I want my friends to be able to hook up to our wireless connection, whenever they visit our house. We set up a place outside, where we can chat and eat. So it will be more fun, if we will are able to get wireless access there.
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Is there anyone here, who has an idea on how to solve my problem about wireless connection? I am experiencing a problem with my newly bought Lenovo laptop today.

I have five Personal Computers in my computer cafe, that are sharing an internet connection through a wireless router. When I connect the Lenovo laptop into the wireless router, it does not connect. Instead, this error message appeared, “Cannot communicate with Primary DNS Server.”

I followed the available option which was to reset the wireless network connection adapter but then the similar error message had happened.

"Cannot communicate with Primary DNS Server."

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I love to do set up's in computers but then I never tried to set up or wire a home network. So your answer will be a big help for me to boost my knowledge with regard to it.

Possibly is there any difference or variation in any way generally, if I operate through my router/modem to an 8 port switch 1 line to each room; then put a switch in that room (modem>router>switch>switch>device) or when I run through the router to a 24 port switch to a 24 port patch panel (modem>router>switch>patchpannel>device) ?

Can I should I eliminate or just cut down the patch panel in its entirety and run straight lines on the switch?

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Hi everyone my Laptop is not accepting a connection with the wireless network. It is a HP Pavilion G7-1070us – Core i3 2.53 GHz – 17.3″ – 4 GB Ram – 500 GB HDD.

I click to connect, on the connect button of the wireless network but it shows me nothing. Now I am working from a Cybercafe.

My Ethernet pins are broken. I don't know how it happened. I plugged in the cable to ensure that Ethernet is fact free.

My Operating system is Windows 7. I tried to launch manager & device manage but it does nothing.

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I have a Dell Inspiron 15R laptop, which I've been using for at least 4 months now and I have never tried to connect wirelessly before. But since last week, after visiting a fast food place with wireless connections, I noticed that my laptop cannot detect the connection. I thought maybe that the fast food place's server was down but it actually happened again, with another place with wireless connection.

I have not consulted professionals with this matter because I am afraid that the damage is beyond the warranty of the laptop. What do you think is wrong with this laptop and how can I fix it?

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Can someone help me?

I have a HP G60 laptop running on Windows 7 Home Basic. The problem is that I can’t access the internet, using the dial-up connection. I keep on getting error messages. For instance, “There is no dial tone."

When I click on the internet icon, I get a message that, “Connection does not exist, you cannot connect to the internet because you are working offline”. I went to the modem options and unchecked the, "wait for dial tone before dialing" check box and redial the second time. This time round, it started its dialing sound but never connected successfully.

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Hi,

I am having trouble with my FTP. Today, there was a technician who instructed me to do some upgrading on the router. He came without my knowledge and changed everything. Since then I am having a hectic time, trying to configure my computer to the network.

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I have recently installed a Netgear WG311 PCI Wireless Card. I am now receiving the error below.

Diagnostic Report (1.9.0019.0):
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WGA Data–>
Validation Status: Blocked VLK
Validation Code: 3

Cached Validation Code: N/A
Windows Product Key: *****-*****-2WFBW-Y42XW-9WDKY
Windows Product Key Hash: NPuBAxB/FQRNVyFxbxRQxYjf+Eg=
Windows Product ID: 55274-640-4312605-23246
Windows Product ID Type: 1
Windows License Type: Volume
Windows OS version: 5.1.2600.2.00010100.3.0.pro
ID: {F47855A6-5AD1-4326-A8FC-B668DFACCB07}(3)
Is Admin: Yes
TestCab: 0x0
WGA Version: Registered, 1.9.42.0

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