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Obv I thought I knew, but now I am floundering.What is my ISP? ANd are they my boardband provider? and are they the ones who I need password/username stuff for wireless networking?Oh I bloody give up, wireless networking is silly hard, and it should not be.
Your Internet Service Provider is the organisation that provides your broadband internet service - yes it is the same thing.You set up security for your wireless network yourself. Wireless networks don't have usernames, they just have something called a Pass Key.Your ISP's web site should explain how to do this, but if you have Windows XP I am afraid it is harder than it should be - that is Microsoft's fault, nothing to do with wireless networking itself.And stop casting slurs on scientists.
cheers!Ah no, now it is your turn my lovely to be confused by my name.I am Slur. and am objecting to any slurs on fab CERN lot. Twas another thread or billion I am a fan of science I am like the poster child of CERN jsut see how many times I have said wahey
I think I need to call orange and ask why I cannot set up wireless...
Oh dear. Orange. If you have a Livebox this -makes- -things- -easier- complicates things further by trying to manage stuff itself that it should let you do.You need the Livebox set up CD and the wireless network key which is on a sticker on the bottom of the Livebox.
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