• wi-fi icon vanished

    I have a Huawei 8665 & Consumer Cellular is my carrier. I have used my AT&T home service for the wi-fi on my phone with no problem till last nite, my wi-fi icon has disapeared even though I am still connected acording to my settings. I have worked all day trying to correct this with no...

    snipitchick5 pointsBadges:
  • Losing my Wi-Fi network which shuts down my phone

    Is it my mobile phone my carrier or is it my Wi-Fi that's causing the shutdown?

    garfied20 pointsBadges:
  • Proxy Server

    I'm using a Lenovo computer. This computer has a WiFi Network but it's not connected to the proxy server. The problem is happening anytime I open any web page.

    rameshselvaraj50 pointsBadges:
  • How to hide Wi-Fi password in Win 7

    I want to hide password key in Windows 7 in workgroup network.

    Kav5 pointsBadges:
  • Hyper-V is destroying our WiFi internet connection

    This is the first time our company is using Hyper-V (on Windows 8). When we created a new virtual network switch, which was external, it somehow bridges the VMs network adapter with the WiFi. This is killing the WiFi's internet connection. What are we doing wrong?

    ITKE346,250 pointsBadges:
  • Trouble with WiFi signal across L shaped lobby

    Consider L shape where on the top end, I have a Belkin router n15 which is connected to a server. The problem I'm facing is that I cannot get a signal on the other end of the L. Actually they are 4 rooms in a line but I cannot get signal inside the 4th room. I am considering the option of using  a...

    routersetup1235 pointsBadges:
  • How to use a Wifi which is 70 feet away.

    I have a lan connection, with a wifi. The wifi connection is on a different room about 70 ft away. The desktop has the LAN connection. Now If I take my laptop to the place near this desktop, I am unable to use the WIFI. What should I do to use it as WIFI, without purchasing a router.

    Vighnesh105 pointsBadges:
  • How do I find out the gateway IP address of a WiFi network my computer is connected to wirelessly

    How do I find out the gateway IP address of a WiFi network I am connected to on my computer, through the WiFi connection only. I do not have access to the WiFi router directly to or the admin page

    Skyking7675 pointsBadges:
  • Connecting two Windows 7 machines via WiFi?

    Can I connect two Windows 7 machines together via WiFi without using a router? I need to copy files both ways and the only connections in common on both machines are WiFi 802.11 N.

    ITKE346,250 pointsBadges:
  • How to run a Wi-Fi router without NAT and DHCP

    I need a Wi-Fi router that acts more like a hub. I have a network setup with DHCP server, gateway, etc. I also have a typical Wi-Fi router. The problem is the Wi-Fi router does NAT. It has its own DHCP server and on my network every Wi-Fi connected device has the IP of the Wi-fi router. Is there a...

    bing135120 pointsBadges:
  • School Wi-Fi

    Hello. I am an Austrian pupil who is being educated to become a computer scientist. My current problem is that my school (about 750 people) needs WiFi. The WiFi is supposed to be usable with any Wi-Fi device (Phone, Tablet, laptop,...). However our teachers are supposed to operate without any...

    EvgymStudent15 pointsBadges:
  • Wi-Fi for Kindle

    How do I get Wi-Fi on my broadband PC? I am with talk talk.

    mallybe25 pointsBadges:
  • does not detect local IP address.

    I have Asus A55A Series laptop. It has core i3, 4 GB ram, windows 7 64 bit. I have DSL connection. Every driver of every device is properly installed. when I connect LAN cable or connect laptop via WiFi. It detects the network and connects after WiFi password but It does not detect the default...

    Xaphar220 pointsBadges:
  • WiFi without tie-in deal

    Is it possible to get WiFi access at home without being tied in to a deal?

    mikebeaken5 pointsBadges:
  • wi-fi scan and find more networks

    When WiFi scans at first and finds a lot of networks and connects to one of them but after few seconds, scans again and couldn't find the networks which was found earlier. Why?

    elyano15 pointsBadges:
  • to break wifi proxy

    how to break wifi proxy in college campus

    vaibhaw15 pointsBadges:
  • Rj45

    Hi! I have got a Huawei pocket WiFi router which can connect 5 pcs at a time through Wifi. It doesn't have a USB port. I want to connect a desktop pc which is at the top floor of my home through RJ 45 cable as it can't receive full signal strength from the pocket WiFi router kept at the ground...

    abcdef5610 pointsBadges:
  • 802.11ac spec is not ready yet?

    I am looking at 802.11ac routers, and I read this from Qualcomm: http://qca.qualcomm.com/thewire/qualcomm-atheros-bringing-forth-a-new-paradigm-for-11ac/ What caught my eye is that they were talking about the 802.11n launch, and the upcoming 802.11ac products, “As a result, this rush to market...

    stjohn0la10 pointsBadges:
  • fiber oct lines could it be used wifi broadcasting? what would be the good and bad of using it?

    using fiber opt. line for wifi, what the good and bad for this? also i want to build a kit for rv users to have to get wifi a antenna to mount and everything needed to pick up wifi. what would you suggest for this kit and it should pick up a mile away in any direction without being moved and work...

    Dclarencecarter5 pointsBadges:
  • Wi-Fi in Lenovo Laptop

    I am having windows 7 Pro in my Lenovo Laptop. 2 weeks back I had not problems related to Wi-Fi - it used to connect to the available connections. Since last two weeks, it connects only when i restart my laptop and once connected, loses the connection, the moment it goes to sleep mode, or hibernate...

    Jaideep Khanduja9,115 pointsBadges:

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