Re: BlackBerry Curve 8320 will not connect with HS-100W
If it's any consolation. My BB 8820 connects to my Zyxel NBG-460N, but after a few minutes the connection just dies (the BB still shows its connected to the WiFi, tries to use it and can in fact send packets out, but it does not receive anything any more). The router has gone through 3 firmware upgrades so far and no solution. It's also causing trouble with some USB WiFi sticks when the SSID hiding is enabled.
In short: I believe ZyXEL's WLAN support is simply broken, and you'll have to buy a WLAN AP from another manufacturer.
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This is the issue with the Wireless configuraion. WEP key you entered is incorrect.
You need to login to Wireless configuration page ie., Router page and check the WEP key and enter the same and on laptop and try again. It will solve your problem.
Note: To perform this step, internet cables should be connected to both router and Laptop.
Before I got my BlackBerry Bold I was a BlackBerry Curve user. I had a T-Mobile BlackBerry Curve 8320. The 8320 has Wi-Fi and supports Unlicensed Mobile Access (UMA). The other Curve models were 8300, and 8310. The 8310 has GPS but no Wi-Fi. The 8300 has neither GPS nor Wi-Fi. I chose the 8320 so I could make use of the free calling on UMA. The original Curve is a great BlackBerry. It fits in your hand well, it is light, the keyboard is great, and the screen is beautiful. When you made the choice on which Curve to buy however, you had to decide whether you wanted Wi-Fi or GPS. Wi-Fi allows for UMA (translation free calling) and super fast Wi-Fi browsing if you associate with a HotSpot. GPS allows for location based services (LBS). Sometimes it became a tough choice because after all, wouldn't we all rather have it all? Well when RIM sent me the new BlackBerry Curve 8900 to review I was excited. This new Curve doesn't make you have to choose. On top of that, it is a jump forward in technology and features that are very welcomed indeed.
8300 is the basic curve... no gps wifi
8310 has gps
8320 has wifi, but no gps.
8330 has gps, no wifi, but operates of cdma technology(sprint, verizon, alltel... etc etc.
the outer screen on the 8330 is just a wee bit different in shape but overal all 4 curvea are identical. and other bb questions feel free to email me at email@example.com
Hi there, To perform a factory reset: Power off the router, Hold down the recessed reset button on the rear of the unit (keep it held
down) Power on the router with the reset button still pressed down. You will notice all the LAN lights flash at the same time which will
indicate that the router has reset - this takes up to 30 seconds. When all the LAN lights do flash simultaneously you can let go of the reset
button. Your router is now reset. The default IP address is "192.168.1.1" and the default password
is "1234". Now, do set the admin password
again, other vice others can access your router and change the setup and set