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Setting problems with Mac wireless


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Hi all,

I hope someone can help me. My mom had to change the settings on her desktop computer for wireless for her PDA to sync for work from home. Now I can't connect to our wireless from home. Does anyone know how I can view the settings on the desktop and how to change them on the Mac?

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It depends on the wireless router. You'll want to consult the documentation that came with it as it varies from model-to-model.

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It's a Belkin. I just need what to press on the keyboard to access the system settings (the numbers) on the desktop and the same for the Mac. That way I can enter the numbers she has for IP address, etc. on the desktop to my Mac. My Mac works with other wireless providers (my sister's house, a hotel, etc.). Just not hers.
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