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Troubleshooting Network Settings

Windows Vista & Windows 7

(You may need administrative access to your laptop to change these settings)

  1. From Control Panel, select Network and lnternet > Network and Sharing Center > Change
    adapter settings
  2. Right click Wireless Network Connection or Local Area Connection; click Properties
  3. Locate lnternet Protocol Version 4 (TCPJIPv4) and get into its Properties (if more than one
    TCPIIP protocol is listed, look for the one associated with your wireless adapter)
  4. Select Obtain an IP address automatically and Obtain DNS server address automatically
  5. From Control Panel, select Network and lnternet > Network and Sharing Center > Connect to a network
  6. Select the name of the wireless network SFPL-WIRELESS and click Connect

Windows 2000 & XP

(You may need administrative access to your laptop to change these settings)

  1. From Control Panel, select Network and Dial-up Connections or Network and Internet Connections > Internet Connections
  2. Right click Wireless Network Connection or Local Area Connection; click Properties
  3. Locate the TCP/IP protocol and get into its Properties (if more than one TCP/IP protocol is listed, look for the one associated with your wireless adapter)
  4. Select Obtain an IP address automatically and Obtain DNS server address automatically
  5. For XP, right click Wireless Network Connection and select View Available Wireless Networks
  6. Select the name of a wireless network SFPL-WIRELESS and click Connect

Windows NT

(You may need administrative access to your laptop to change these settings)

  1. From Control Panel, select Network
  2. Locate the TCP/IP protocol and get into its Properties (if more than one TCP/IP protocol is listed, look for the one associated with your wireless adapter)
  3. Select Obtain an IP address from a DHCP server and click OK

Windows 98

  1. From Control Panel, select Network
  2. Locate the TCP/IP protocol and get into itsProperties (if more than one TCP/IP protocol is listed, look for the one associated with your wireless adapter)
  3. For IP Address, select Obtain an IP address automatically
  4. For DNS, select Disable DNS
  5. For WINS, select Use DHCP for WINS Resolution

Macintosh

Network Settings (OS X)

  1. Select Apple Menu > System Preferences > Network button
  2. Select TCP/IP tab and configure Using DHCP (above the TCP/IP tab, you may need to configure via AirPort or other wireless (WiFi) ethernet)
  3. Leave Domain Name Servers and Search Domains blank

Network Settings (OS 8 & 9)

  1. Select Apple Menu > Control Panel > TCP/IP
  2. Connect via AirPort or other wireless (WiFi) ethernet
  3. Configure Using DHCP Server
  4. Leave Name Server and Additional Search domains blank
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