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Internet, Networking, and Wireless Discussion of networking, internet, and wireless including Apple's Airport products.

Airport Express and iPhone


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So my dlink router went so I set up the Airport Express that came with my macbook but now my iPhone can't find the network.. Any suggestions? Thanks
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Make sure your Airport Express is not creating a closed network. To do this Open your Airport Utility>Manual Setup>Airport(Tab)>Click on Wireless Tab>Click on Wireless Options Button>Uncheck the box which states "Create a closed Network"
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no its open any other ideas?
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maybe the airport express isnt broadcasting the Network, can you set it up manually on your iphone by entering your network name and key
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Ya I tried just entering the name but no dice....
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is it a new "N" airport, if so, have you set it to also broadcast "G".
iphone isnt "N" cablable...
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