Question about Linksys Wireless-G Broadband Router
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You need to set up your computer's wireless connection. Your computer right now sounds like it defaults to connect to either the "toby" or the "access point" networks. There should be an icon on the task bar, at the bottom right of your screen if you are running windows, that displays information on your wireless network connection when you place the cursor over it. The icon looks like a little desktop with some waves coming out of it.
Open up the control panel for your wireless network and disable the auto-connect feature for the "access point" network. This can vary depending on what type of wireless card you have installed.
You will now only find yourself connected to the fast "toby" network.
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Posted on Jul 19, 2010
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