please log onto router user interface by typing 192.168.1.1 in address bar>>
check whether ssid broadcast is enabled or not-it should be enabled>>
change ssid,and security key (wep or wpa) if any.>>
power cycle or restart router>>\
on mac os-click apple menu---click network preferences--network utility--change the show parameter as airport>>it will scan and show the network>>click on ok or apply>>
ps:make sure wifi-switch is turned on and distance is not too far.
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I see that you connect your Mobile phones to your Router, but you ge an error using your Nokia e90.
> try to check the wireless setting for the Router.
>this is possible that the Router is set to provide wireless only to deivces that are registered on the Linksys settings MAC address.
>try and check the setting in the Linksys Router possibly MAC Address Filtering check if it is enabled if it is then that will be the cause, you will just need to get the MAC Address of your E90 phone and register in the Router settings for the wireless to work and be detected by the phone.
Or check to see if he router is set to be discoverable or not by other devices , if it is not set to be discovered or the SSID is hidden then you cn manually input that info on your Mobile phone.
these are the only options in a Router that can cause devices not to detect the router signal right away.
Ummmm by connecting wireless to a wireless access point that you would have (assumes you have Apple Airport Wireless option in your Mac) or by plugging in to a Switch/Hub (or router with a switch hub.)
Mac OS X should detect the wired connection and get IP Address and Router settings automatically ... just like any other computer.
If you have wireless in the Mac then you should have a radio waves looking Apple Airport Icon. You should be able to find your wireless network and Just Connect.
If all else fails press the Smiley Face button on the mac. :-)
(that was a joke.)
Mac OS X, now based on Unix Operating System, has very good networking sub system built-in. Should work without too much rocket science. The graphical widgets should help you get there.
It won't play blue ray disks though, I can tell you that much.
So you having problem issue on the wireless router?
Try this: 1. See the icons on the down-right. 2. There'll icon with wireless connection. 3. Try to refresh it, and you'll detect you Westell router. 4. Click it twice, and you'll get connected to your wireless router.
If you tell me the version number of your Belkin wireless router , i can fix this issue.Any Routers issue contact
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