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Cannot get internet connection on wireless

When I go to the access point page. Say for instance, I pick the 100% signal. How do I go about getting the SSID, or name from that person who setup for that particular access point.

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Well you cant, as its not your own connection, unless you ask ther person for there WEP access code.

Hope this helps

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