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Discussion in 'Android Devices' started by Biker Biker, May 29, 2012.

  1. Biker Biker

    Biker Biker Active Member
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    I have BSNL wifi broadband connection at home which I use on my laptop. The network id (key) is saved on my laptop so when i want to connect to internet, I open the BSNL dialer and click "connect" (the username and password are also saved).

    Now in my android phone I am able to connect to wifi by entering the network id (key) and phone shows that its connected to bsnl wifi... but websites dont open.

    I would be grateful if anyone can help me out of this..
     

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  2. ninadchaudhari

    ninadchaudhari What's up !
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    Hi,
    this is a very common thing that some engineers do while setting up a wifi connection :)

    They are just too (whatever) to do such thing :rolleyes:
    This thing totally spoils the meaning of a wifi hotspot !

    it allows only 1 device to connect at a time

    i just know its some sort of dial up typo thing ...

    You need to connect to your wifi access point then dial some number with password !
    as far as i know it involves some entry of username and password for your modem to dial it up for you automatically :eek:

    If you can just share the modem name !
     
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  3. Biker Biker

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    hi ninad...

    here is the screen shot of the device info..
     

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  4. ninadchaudhari

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    Gr8 i think You do have a way ahead ...

    Fine first of all i think you must take a backup of the settings !
    There is a option to save current configuration !

    also , keep screen shots of all the topics handy as they may be required to reconfigure the same if in any-case you screw the Modem
     
  5. Biker Biker

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    ya.. i took the backup..

    from few other threads i see that i have to save id and password in router itself... now how to do tht?
     
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