desperatly neeed help

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Post 3+ Months Ago

i swear all my titles are called that :/
oh well

here goes, im trying to set up my bt homehub to connect via wireless to my upstars comp

and i rang up bt and they said you need to install wireless routers on both of them.
so yeah yeah ive done that
but both of the computers are weird
my upstairs computer will connect to my downstairs one but wont let me acces the net
and for somereason
BOTH of them. There IP addresses can never renew when you press REPAIR.
I dont know how to find the wep code. do you think this plays a part in this?

If any1 has any idea how to sort this out id be so greatful :)
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Post 3+ Months Ago

yourfateunknown wrote:
i swear all my titles are called that :/
oh well

here goes, im trying to set up my bt homehub to connect via wireless to my upstars comp

and i rang up bt and they said you need to install wireless routers on both of them.
so yeah yeah ive done that
but both of the computers are weird
my upstairs computer will connect to my downstairs one but wont let me acces the net
and for somereason
BOTH of them. There IP addresses can never renew when you press REPAIR.
I dont know how to find the wep code. do you think this plays a part in this?

If any1 has any idea how to sort this out id be so greatful :)


Step one: slow down
Step two: take a deep breath before you post
Step three: define "bt"
Step 4: define your internet connection - i.e. broadband cable, DSL, dial-up?
Step 5: Read the owners manuals/readme.txt files .doc, etc that come with the install files.
Step six, your router (assuming it is a router) instructions should tell you how to use wep.
Step 7 and a moot point: OZZU has a spell check option.
Step 8 be more detailed in your posts for more accurate answers

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