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setup Internet access point for WLAN
select options>new access points
Enter Connection name
Data bearer: select Wireless LAN
WLAN network name: select search wlan to select wlan in range.
network status: select "public" if you can see wlan in range
WLAN network mode: select infrs or adhoc
WLAN security mode: select same settings used by WLAN access point
WLAN security settings:
Homepage: select the homepage you want
now you can connect & browse the internet. hope this helps
i am elamurugu. i connect the htc mobile with bsnl cellone GPRS as following method. ies
go to start
go to setting
go to connections
in this go to connections
go to gprs setting
go to Add a new modem connection
go to General Enter a name for these setting as: BSNLGPRS Setting
Select a modem as :CELLULAR LINE (GPRS)
Access point name: GPRSSOUTH.CELLONE.IN [as i am tamilnadu bsnl south zone]
User name: YOUR CELLONE NO 94**********
Password: YOUR CELLONE NO 94**********
go to Proxy setting
select [tick] This network connects to internet
select [tick] This network uses a proxy server to connect to the Internet
then go to Connection Setup
Operator : BSNL
Do you want to continue?
finally RESTART YOUR DIVCE
Afer restart you can now use bsnl gprs.You have note a symbol at top of your htc mobile as E or G.
If you have problem to connect bsnlgprs With this correct setting call cellone customer care about this or call me
Do you know if the GPRS from BSNL is using a proxy or not? If it uses a proxy or to find out, go to Start > Settings > Connections > Connections then tap on Managemyproxysettings (If it says setup my proxy server it probably isnt using one and may be another issue.)
It will give you the proxy address and port which needs to be setup on the computer to get access. If it does have a proxy then follow the following steps:
On the computer go to Start > ControlPanel > InternetOptions > Connections tab and click LanSettings at the bottom.
Put a check where it says use proxy and enter the proxyaddress and port that we find on the device then click OK and OK and test.
Note: If you see something like 192.168.1.1:8080, everything before the : is the proxy and after the : is the port. Also, if you connect to a different connection later, these proxy settings can prevent you from connecting, so remove them if your not using the device as the modem anymore.
I would rather go for CF wifi card, because Panasonic doesn't states that this one has SDIO type slot. If you use CF slot you will have to find WIFI card cover - it's different one - it will allow to close top cover with the card inside.
The unit will turn power on for the WiFi when you attempt to use Mail or the NetFront browser. When the WiFi is active there will be a little green light in the bottom left corner of the unit.
For WiFi to work, you will have to setup the security key to connect to secure WiFi networks. These settings are entered into the NetFront browser Network preferences.
There are many things to look at when setting up WI-FI to work with your iPAQ. Here is a good link that walks you through the WI-FI setup, with helpful screenshots. Its a good place to start, hope it helps!