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Mac OS 9 Wireless Problem


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Hi guys, this is my first post so bare with me! I have a blueberry G3i mac, last week I installed an AirPort card and it seems to be working but I'm really struggling to set up the AirPort connection. I have a time capsule which runs parallel to my 02 wireless router.
If i try and use the AirPort Setup Assistant the only option that I can select is: Set up your computer to be an AirPort Software Base Station. I want to be able to connect my iMac G3 to my wireless network (02 wireless router).
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Are you using any encryption on the Wireless? I am not 100% sure of this but I bet that OS9 only at best support WEP if that. Are you having trouble at the Router/Time Capsule end or the Blueberry end?
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Yea its WEP encrypted, the blueberry isn't detecting any wireless networks. ??
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