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Old 06-13-2008, 06:43 PM   #5 (permalink)
peroxide8888
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Originally Posted by John Clark View Post
Do you have a BBConnect data plan with Fido for your Blackberry? If not, you won't be able to do much with your 8320, even on wifi. You will be able to surf the internet with the wifi browser, and that's about it. There should be a setup wifi icon on the main screen of the BB that walks you through the setup. If it doesn't work then it's likely your router settings.
Just curious, what router settings should one look for? I just want to have internet access lounging on the couch at home, or at wifi hotspots around town. No need for data plan as I have computers w/internet at home and work.

I'm having similar issues as the OP; but I can connect to my router, just cannot obtain an IP address (yellow circle with a dash, not green with a check).

Here's what I have:
unlocked T-Mobile branded Curve 8320
Fido, no data plan
USR8054 801.11g (at home, two laptops/two desktops connected via wifi)
- WPA-PSK enabled, mac filtering disabled
- BB sees my SSID, input passphrase & it connects to router
- no IP address

I also have an old Linksys 802.11b router at work (similar config - WPA-PSK, no mac filter); BB doesn't see the network at all, let alone connect to it. Are the routers just too old?
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