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you might have a modem with an ethernet connection to connect to the net .
if you have a laptop you can choose a wireless usb broadband modem which can work on a desktop also once you recieve the modem just insert the modem into a usb port and follow the prompts you might need some drivers for the usb broadband modem which can be supplied by the ISP internet provider
You might have to go in and configure a wireless connection for the Sierra--though i didn;t have to.
I use the Sierra 881 usb connect. when i initially plugged it into my Dell Latitude, it configured itself--though there was communication software that set it all up. Google it for setup--there's newer software out form Sierra that is equivalent to the AT&T communication manager software for the 881.
If your computer is able to go online through the modem Then you need to connect the computer to the router ad the modem to the router. open the set up page of the router and change the settings of the router according to the ISP. Click Here for step by step by instructions
It's a mobil connection. It enables you to stay connected to the internet if you are on the way with your laptop.
This are the spec. from Dell for the UK Internal Dell Wireless Stay connected while on the go with the Wireless 5530 3G/HSDPA Mobile Broadband Card from Dell. It uses WCDMA Technology that offers fast, wireless broadband speeds to help you achieve LAN-like mobility. It helps maximize your productivity while maintaining contact with clients, colleagues and family. Its high efficiency compact broadband design provides consistent throughput performance. Its GPS capability allows you to retrieve location data from GPS satellites, utilize GPS navigation and location-based applications. This product has been tested and validated on Dell systems. It is supported by Dell Technical Support when used with a Dell system.
Highlights •WCDMA technology for quick and easy integration into laptops, PDA’s and mobile •Coupled with 3G technology for high level of mobility •Compact design for enhanced throughput and performance Compatible With: •Latitude E6500 / E6400 / E6400 ATG / E5400 / E4300 / E4200 •Precision M4400 NB
It's quite cool and fast as described, I used the Vodafone Mobile connect HSDPA and I can confirm the good performance.
One serious issue are the costs, as you pay for the downloaded MB once you exceed your free data limit, Not sure if you want to use it privately, then you need to monitor the amount of downloaded data closely otherwise you will be poor very soon :-). Check at the Vodafone Home page the costs.
This Windows screen is telling you have to create a Wireless network not a wireless connection. I would have to know the brand and model to be more specific and whether or not a wireless card was originally installed.
The CPX doesn't have Wireless capabilities, unless you get a USB Wireless adapter. For now, use the Yellow Network lead to connect it to your router or modem, and then purchase a USB Wi-Fi adapter if you want to move it around more.
There are several types of wireless modems available.
A PCMCIA wireless card that inserts into the laptop's PCMCIA slot.
A stand alone wireless modem that connects into the LAN port (10BaseT connector) with a network cable or a USB cable to the computer's USB port.
A USB wireless device (similar in size as a USB memory stick)that connects into the computer's USB port.
I've not used one of these 2wire boxes before, but I believe the default router's address is 192.168.0.1. Try this instead of gateway.2wire.net to see if you can gain access to the router. This is just the starting point, but see if it works.
Here's a link to, what I believe is, the router's manual.
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