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Since you successfully have connected the Vista system to the router, it is the router that is blocking access. Has the router been configured to allow only a short list of unique MAC-addresses to be able to access the Internet?
If you use a cable to DIRECTLY connect the Vista system to the cable-modem (or DSL-modem), and then power-off/power-on that modem, and then restart the Vista system, do you get Internet access?
WIFI is wireless internet service. You can use WIFI on your netbook to get on the internet. You can also use a corded connection like an ethernet cable to accomplish the same thing.
In order to use WIFI, you need to access to the account that is providing it. There are many ways to get access to wireless internet service. Some places have "WIFI hotspots" and if you are in range your netbook can pick up the signal by clicking on the little button marked "wireless" (or look for the picture of the wireless antenna) to have it search and connect. Places that include wireless hotspots or free WIFI are Starbucks, and local colleges or Universities. You can purchase your own wireless internet service from any local provider like Version or Charter Cable. Make sure to ask for a DSL modem with a wireless connection built in when you order service. Your account name and password are listed on the bottom of the modem and/or router. If you are unsure of which ones to use, call your provider for more details.
Wireless hot spots usually do not require passwords. Just click the wireless button to pick up a signal on the front of your netbook and follow the prompts on the screen to connect.
I would suggest purchasing your own connection instead of tyring to find an unsecured (no password protection) network that belongs to a neighbor to try and use theirs. The cost is approx $ 25 - $ 30 per month. Check with your local telephone provider for the deals available in your area.
Now you just need to access the network gate address at your Fujitsu C2340 LifeBook C Series Notebook ,and open the wireless network function of the router.If you can't access in,it may be request a password,if you din't remenber,ask you friend how did he enter to the page.
u mean to say, u r using wireless for internet access right. Well if u r using XP, and if u r having some trouble in accessing internet, then there might some problem with the components of wireless card. so if u want to fix them, u can fix them with a simple trick. Go to My Computer's Properties Go to device manager, open the tab named NETWORK ADAPTER. u'll see ur wireless adapter listed. select it & select Uninstall. Dont worry, just continue reading. when u click on uninstall, u'll be asked whether u r sure to remove the device from ur computer, meanwhile u'll be given a marking space named UNINSTALL THE DRIVER FOR THIS HARDWARE. Dont remove the driver, simply uninstall the wireless adapter. Now its removed. Now restart ur system, after it starts ur computer shows a ballon named, NEW HARDWARE FOUND and it will automatically install ur wireless adapter, So ur wireless adapter is fixed by now.
and if u r using Vista, its quite easy there. go to NETWORK & SHARING CENTRE go to NETWORK CONNECTIONS u'll find 2 connections. one will be named as Wireless something. ENABLE it & click DIAGONISIS after its completed, select RESET ADAPTER Its done.
When the internet connection goes down what does your network and sharing center say the status is? does it says access: local and internet? or does it say access: local only? do any other pcs have this problem on your network? if this is the only pc having this issue the best thing to do is contact Vista support while you are still under warranty so they can troubleshoot the issue further... more than likely simply need to update the drivers for the network connections... this is a known issue they have had in the past... its not your ISP if all other pcs are fine... its just one of the lovely side affects of Vista.. GOOD LUCK!!!
I am bit confused with your query. Its not possible to connnect wireless with local network. Or what you can do is use wireless router so that ur laptop detects the service and you can access internet.