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I connect to my WiFi network when I'm at home. It works fine - I bet the white/black WiFi logo showing that its connected to the Blackberry server.

However, what I can't figure out how to do is to connect to addresses on my home network via the browser. For example, I want to login to Router config page which, ie http://90.0.0.1. So, I've set it up as a bookmark with the Hotspot browser selected. However, it still doesn't connect. I get the same result for all internal websites.

Any ideas?
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