Wireless lan not functioning in my nokia 9500 model
I tried to set up the wireless lan into my phone however, i cannot access the internet even though the wlan is detected already by the phone. i installed a browser opera mini but it cannot access the internet. please help me find a solution
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If the 9500 cannot communicate via WLAN but is getting a connection - do the following:
1 - set up a new Internet Access Point in control panel 2 - use the SSID (WLAN Name) to identify the network 3 - set 'Automatic IP address' to NO (Advanced Settings) 4 - give the device an IP address from the range being used on that network 5 - set 'Automatic DNS' to NO 6 - enter a pair of DNS server IP addresses (from your ISP) 7 - back up the phone settings so you never have to do this again
i found this website for you, just follow the steps indicated and you can use your phone and your laptop to connect to the internet
*the settings are for nokia e72, but you can use the same settings (the difference may be is the name/options on the contorl panel settings of your nokia e5)
Your firmware is ANCIENT. If you have installed Nokia PC suite in your PC connect your (fully charged) phone and click on Software update. If don't have it, then go to Nokia web and download it. YOU NEED FIRMWARE UPDATE.
How is your router set up? Are you using WPA or WEP security? WEP is the newer encryption and I'm affraid 9500 doesn't support this. Would try update firmware and hope that Nokia integrated fix for this in to the update.
if you set your dynalink's dhcp list up to a certain number (example: .1-.99). connect cat5 cable from dynalink lan port, into print server lan port. make sure print server can be setup as access point. if so, turn access point setting to on. make print server static ip address the next number outside of dhcp range (example: .100).
.100 ip address is the port number you should then be printing to, using a tcp/ip port.
if print server can be set up this way, then it now becomes wireless access point for all wireless devices. i am assuming, since you didn't mention it, that the dynalink is NOT wireless. if it is, the the print server just becomes another device on your existig network, taking the place of the network adapter the printer doesn't have. just set it up the same way you would set up another workstation on the network. except, make it static.
I have 9500 and it does support wireless internet, but many people are having problems with it, so maybe you want to consider other option like E61 or Sony Ericsson P1. I don't actually know how they work, but I've tried 9500 and there are problems.
If you are using wireless, make sure that the password is correct...
Then: start>control panel>administrative tools>services Make sure your DHCP client and wireless zero client are started and set to startup type automatic.
If not wireless.Unplug your router and modem for a few minutes.Then restart your computer, and plug the router and modem back in...