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  1. chinoxl21

    chinoxl21 Member This Topic's Starter

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    I know wi-fi has been mentioned but no one seems to really know. Is there anyone out there who knows why I cannot connect to my wi-fi at home? I have a mac address filter on my router and I put in the correct mac address of my Eris more than once as well and the security settings. I was able to connect my Nintendo DSi with no problem. So when I set up my wi-fi connection, it says it's not in range but remembered. At my job I was able to connect to the wi-fi with no problem. Could it be something with my router? Just wondering if anyone has any ideas or clues. Any help or advice will be appreciated.

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  2. JackButler

    JackButler Well-Known Member

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    Me too, I read might have to change home router to WEP security, but I am clueless. I might call Linksys tomorrow and see if they can help.
     
  3. chinoxl21

    chinoxl21 Member This Topic's Starter

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    You know what's funny? My wi-fi at work is WPA just like at home and I can get on. Maybe it could by my linksys router. If you find out something from linksys...please pass it on!
     
  4. HockeyFan4Life

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    You could try rebooting the router, and see if that works. Or delete the WIFI profile from your Eris. And then follow the steps to connect to the hotspot.
     

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