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    hi, just used bt3, got keys, connected to network good signal strength, but cannot get a web page,
    using intel 3945 works fine on dial up or at a local coffee shop with no problems, so i'm thinking that the problem is with their router??
    i have read that i might be using the same ip adderss as their computer??
    let me know
    thank you

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    hi, just used bt3, got keys, connected to network good signal strength, but cannot get a web page,
    using intel 3945 works fine on dial up or at a local coffee shop with no problems, so i'm thinking that the problem is with their router??
    i have read that i might be using the same ip adderss as their computer??
    let me know
    thank you
    oops. have a feeling the "their" part in your message will not get you much help here..

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    Quote Originally Posted by gcpm03 View Post
    hi, just used bt3, got keys, connected to network good signal strength, but cannot get a web page,
    using intel 3945 works fine on dial up or at a local coffee shop with no problems, so i'm thinking that the problem is with their router??
    i have read that i might be using the same ip adderss as their computer??
    let me know
    thank you
    Shouldn't you be asking them, as to what's wrong with their network?
    A third party security audit is the IT equivalent of a colonoscopy. It's long, intrusive, very uncomfortable, and when it's done, you'll have seen things you really didn't want to see, and you'll never forget that you've had one.

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    Try from the shell console
    bt ~ # ifconfig [interface] up
    bt ~ # iwconfig [interface] essid "name of the network"
    bt ~ # iwconfig [interface] key "the goes here"
    bt ~ # dhcpcd [interface]

    Or maybe the network you are connecting to doesn't have internet connection

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