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How to set up a wireless network


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The advantages of a wireless network are undeniable.

You do not have a binding to any particular workplace, and you can go online from anywhere in your apartment, office, shopping center, etc., where there is a network coverage area.

This is convenient, and can greatly simplify the work of any organization.

Our instructions will help you set up the wireless network yourself.



Find the icon on your desktop?Network . If the icon does not exist on the desktop, go to the menu? Start //? Settings //? Network connections. Then click the? Network Neighborhood icon with the right mouse button. A drop-down menu appears in which you need to select the? Properties.


In the Network Connections window that appears, right-click the Wireless Network Connection icon. A drop-down menu will appear, select "On".


Next, in the? Network Connections window, right-click again on the icon? Wireless Network Connection, from the menu, click? Properties.


Check the settings on the General tab. When the connection is made, display the icon in the notification area and? Notify if there is a limited or no connection.


Locate and select the? Wireless Networks tab in the? Wireless Network Connection -? Properties
If you did not find such a tab there, then in the? Wireless Network Connection -? Properties window, you need to click the? OK button. In the Start menu, click the Settings button, and then click the Control Panel button.
In the window that opens?Double-click on the? Administration icon, double-click on the? Services icon. Ensure that the? Wireless Zero Configuration (or? Wireless Setup) service is in the? Ready state. If not, double-click on "Wireless Zero Configuration", in the service properties window that appears, click the "Start" and "OK" buttons. In the Network Connections window, right-click the icon? Wireless Network Connection, select? Properties. Locate the Wireless Networks tab and make sure that the Use Windows button to configure the network is checked.


In the Preferred networks field, click?Add. On the? Connections tab in the? Network name (SSID) field, you must type MIAN (Warning: all letters must be uppercase). Check "Connect", even if the network does not broadcast. In the Authentication section of the menu, select WPA. On the? Data Encryption tab, select TKIP from the pop-up menu. Make sure that the tick is on the button? This is a direct computer-to-computer connection, and on? Access points are not used a check mark is not worth it.


In the window?Wireless Properties, select the Authentication tab. In the? EAP Type section, select Protected EAP (PEAP) from the pop-up menu. Uncheck the checkbox? Check for authenticity as a computer when the computer information is available. Make sure that the check mark is not on the button? To authenticate as a guest in the absence of information about the computer or user. Click Properties.


In the window ?Protected EAP properties uncheck the? Check server certificate check box. Make sure that the? Authentication method is selected in the? Secured password (EAPMSCHAP v2) section. On the button "Enable fast reconnection" check the box.


Click the? Configure button. In the? EAP MSCHAPv2 Properties window, uncheck the? Automatically use Windows login and password. Now click? OK.


Click? OK in the window?Protected properties of EAP. In the Wireless Network Properties dialog box, click the Connection tab. Make sure the check mark is on the button? Connect if the network is in range. After that, click? OK.


Click OK in the? Wireless Network Connection? Properties, connection setup is complete.

How to set up a wireless network Was last modified: June 20th, 2017 By Gymbierm
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