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Trying to go wireless. Can I? Used my IP Servers etc. still nothing

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Im almost positive you can but you absolutely need a router, good luck

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Currently, we are seeing issues reported by many users who have Frontier as their Internet Service Provider and are seeing the error below.

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We are also investigating further and hope to have a more simple solution in the future.



How to change Windows 7/Vista to use OpenDNS servers:

1. Open your control panel.

2. Open up Network and Internet and go to the Network and Sharing Center.
pic2.jpg 3. Click on Change adapter settings on the left hand panel.

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4. This will bring up a list of adapters present on your computer. Most people will have a Local Area Connection while laptop users will add a Wireless Network Connection and possibly a Bluetooth Network Connection...go ahead and right click on Local Area Connection and click on Properties.

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5. If prompted by UAC, click on Yes.
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8. Check the validate settings upon exit (Optional) check box, click OK, and then Close to finish. (See screenshot above)

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