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Getting G4 on a network


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Hi,

I have:

Imac running Leopard
Time capsule
G4 Powermac running Tiger

I have installed a PCI wirless adapter (Pluscom - Mac compatible) in the G4.
Using the supplied software, I can see that I am connected to my WiFi system. Have entered the WEP key, and signal is good - but I cannot connect to the Internet on the G4.

I am sure it's a config problem, can anyone help?

TIA

Jim Lanyon
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Hi Guys,

FYI...

Couldn't get this working with the PCI wireless card I had, so got an old airport extreme PCI card from Ebay...Recognised immediately, all OK.

Jim
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Glad you got it figured out. I never saw your first post or would have tried to help. Good going though!
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