I have an X500+. It can find networks and connect to
them but when i put a url into IE i get an invalid address response. I
have tried this with different routers and all have the same problem. I
can also confirm that all the routers do indeed have internet
connectivity as laptops on the same networks were working.
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Re: Cannot connect to internet
Are you trying to set up router ? You can set up your router manually, without the CD. Make sure that your computer is able to go online directly through the modem. If your computer is able to go online through the modem, that means the modem is working fine. You will need to connect the computer to the router and the modem to the router. open the set up page of the router and change the settings of the router according to the ISP.
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Tap Start>Settings go to Connections then tap on the Advanced tab at the bottom. Tap the "Select Networks" button. Select your wireless network that you have created for the internet connection instead of the mobile internet connection.
Go to Configure Wireless Networks
select the wireless after say connected doble click that connection when open the another screen with network name verify you network name is correct, in Connects To: verify select The internet. In the next tab select you Authentication and Data encrypted as you have in your router. and type your network key. select ok. Verify en the next tab if your select USe 1EE... and select EAP typel, select ok. Verify do you have W up in your PDA.
The Dell Axim X5 has Microsoft Pocket Outlook pre-installed, so use that instead of MSN Messenger to e-mail. MSN Messenger is just meant for instant messaging. You can fill in your e-mailaddress and server-data, while offline, but to sign in with any of those programs you'll need an internet connection, so you first need to connect to a wireless network, that's in range. If there is no wireless network, you have access to, you'll not be able to use these programs.
What do you mean with a wireless card? Is there no wireless card in the PDA, or don't you have a wireless network? To set up a wireless network, you need a wireless router, or WLAN-router.
This can happen if the wireless network you're trying to connect to is password protected. If you can see the name of the Wi-Fi network you're trying to connect to and there is a padlock symbol next to the name then you'll have to enter the WEP or WPA-PSK security keys. If this is not the case and this is your home wireless system which is unprotected then I suspect what's going on is that you may need to enter a DNS server number for your network on the Palm. To do this, select a wi-fi network you're trying to connect to, click edit, choose "configure", click on "Details". Where it says "Connect to:" select "infrastructure" then click on the "Advanced..." buttton. Try putting in the DNS server number manually for your internet service provider.