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I am unable to wirelessly connect to my BT Voyager 2110 from my laptop.Cant seem to work out how exactly I enter the details of the wireless key.
It prompts me for the key code but there are other drop down menus which are confusing me like the 'Authentication Mode', 64 or 128 bit encription, whether its hexadecimal or not.
I think I have it correct that it will be hexadecimal because the wireless key is both numbers and letters and I think it needs to be 128 bit, but as for the authentication mode, I am confused...
Hi It sounds like your key is hexadecimal 64 bit (this would be 10 figures (either letters or numbers). The usual authentication modes are WPA or WEP. I would try both. If one is OK you'll be connected.
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I can understand this. I am on Vista also and my wired router works perfectly however I have so far tried a BT Voyager router and a D-Link router and am unable to get either to work. I am about to try a Netgear router as I know someone running Vista with this type of router without any problems. Just for your info. Good luck.
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