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Old 11-15-2008, 04:57 AM   #1 (permalink)
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Default Wi-Fi settings on Bold - router is ok

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Well, I'm sorry to bother again with the "wi-fi problem" issue, but I'm asking to all of you which can use the wi-fi with their bold, what kinda settings they made on the Bold side.

My network is done like this:
SSID: Alice-63021918
Type: 11g
NetWork free (not WAP or wep PASSWORD)
The channel selected is 10 (i also tried with automatic)

On the admin page of the router I see two devices connected:
My laptop 00:13:E8:EB:DB:09 192.168.1.196
Blackberry 00:21:06:B9:0A:A4 192.168.1.50

On the Blackberry side I saw the name network name and the SSID. The logo of the wi-fi is greyed.
On the connection manager I have the green tick on the mobile network, but a white dash beside the Wi-Fi SSID.

I also selected, "allow handover" under the option of the selected wi-fi connection.

Now, if I turn the mobile network off, I just saw the name of the SSID.

I was trying to open a webpage just to be sure it will use the wi-fi connection.

When i open the browser and insert a web address, it tells me that the radio is turned off, and ask me if I want to save the request for later on.

How can I tell the Bold to use the wi-fi instead of the mobile network?

I also tried to use the different settings for the browser:
Internet Browser
internet
Hotspot Browser

none of them work... it keeps asking me if I want to save my request since the radio is turned off.

Is there anything I can do?

Tanks alot
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