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Wireless connected - SP2 says not, but it is!



 
 
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Old September 9th 04, 04:22 PM posted to uk.comp.home-networking,uk.telecom.broadband
Steve Parry
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Default Wireless connected - SP2 says not, but it is!

In t,
Tx2 fumbled, fiddled and fingered:
Network components exist of a Speedtouch 570 ADSL router and
Speedtouch 120 USB wireless adapter.

The laptop (which utilises the wireless side) has SP2 installed, but
there is this irritating little icon in the bottom right hand corner
of the screen concerned with Wireless Networking showing the wireless
connection being available but not connected.

But it *is* connected, save to say i can surf the web, email, ping,
tracert etc ....and the signal between router and adapter is
excellent.

I can't see anyway to ge this icon to actually show that everything is
connected, any ideas?

This only occurred when SP2 was installed...


It's probably the UPnP icon and your device has UPnP disabled or does'nt
have it as a feature.

It may also be the firewall in SP2 has blocked access for the UPnP
feature.


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