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Asus Wifi-b Nework Adapter

I have tried to set the Asus Wifi-b card up on my pc so I can use my broadband from my pc on my nokia N95 or my play my DS online.

Setup seems find picks my name up but I can never get a connection
with my nokia n95 or my Nintendo DS try units in local wifi shop all works good.

Could some one tell me the settings I should use on the Asus software to get this hardware to work so I can browse the internet on my Nokia N95 from my connection and play my DS online

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  • Tony872 Apr 17, 2008

    No I do not have a wireless router but I can borrow one of my mate Netgear ADSL router.



    But if I have to get a wireless router what would be the point of the wifi b card cause I see s set in the manual where no router is required.



    Im confused



    Help please

  • dipen1984 May 21, 2008

    can anybody tell me steps for setting my broadband in my n95









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I had same problem with my asus laptop. i had to contact with asus tech support and they have fixed my problem. hope they will help you as well.
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Posted on Nov 05, 2016

I can't edit my post, sorry, but wanted to add that the card only works for computers with windows, so you can't connect a mac, a phone, etc. Sorry for the double post.

Posted on Apr 28, 2008

I'm very confused by this! I also have an ASUS wifi-b card on my desktop PC which acts as a wireless router for my laptop. The desktop has a wired broadband connection. I'm definitely connected to the internet via this connection as I had to enter the key that I set up on the desktop machine when I set it up and encrypted it when I connected on the laptop. I use the soft AP mode internet connection sharing set up, the first listed in section 2.5 of the manual. I know it works!

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Hi Tony872,

Do you have a wireless router hooked up to your broadband modem?

If you do not, you will need to purchase a wireless router to hook up to your broadband modem if you want to have wi-fi in your home.

Here is a link that will provide you with some wireless routers that are available.

http://www.bestbuy.com/site/olspage.jsp?id=pcmcat62200050104&type=category

I hope this helps you out.

Sincerely,

Agent Xiong

Posted on Apr 17, 2008

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    Seng Xiong Apr 18, 2008

    Hi Tony872,



    If you do not have a wireless router broadcasting your broadband internet, there is no way you will not be able to go online with your DS, Nokia n95, or your computer with the wireless network card. The Asus wifi card does broad cast wifi signal and will only work if it is able to locate a signal or if you are broadcasting a signal yourself. So, you will need to hook up a wireless router to your cable modem to be able to go wifi in your home because the wireless modem will broad cast your broad band service. However, once you hook up a wireless router to your modem, I suggest you secure your signal or else anyone in rang of your signal will be able to get online.



    Sincerely,



    Agent Xiong

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