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    Connection woes

    This is a discussion on Connection woes within the Sky Router forums, part of the Sky Broadband help category; hi can any one help me out ? i am currently connected to sky broadband on ethernet but when i ...

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      Connection woes

      hi can any one help me out ? i am currently connected to sky broadband on ethernet but when i diconnect this ,connection is lost . I have tried using the wireless connection on my laptop, but it does not pickup my routerand says there are no wireless devices found .

      Thanks to anyone who can give me any advice


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      Re: Connection woes

      Hi BigToy,
      Ok just a thought, is your Wireless on your Laptop switched on? you should see your Router and others nearby, if you have Vista, go to "start", and "connect to"
      Paul

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      Re: Connection woes

      I'm not familiar with the Sagem router, but it may be worth checking that wireless is switched on and SSID is being broadcast -- both should be on by default but your symptoms suggest this as a possibility.

      For how to address router's user interface see Sky CD help files or tutorials on this site.

     

     

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