I have iMac in company connected both lan and wifi, where wifi is for public network & lan is private.
is there any configuration to connect both wifi and lan and setup always use wifi, but make exceptions to some server use lan (e.g. svn, intranet)?
For now, i can just make wifi with higher priority and disable wifi if i need to connect svn.
I've seen many posts/threads about Wifi issues with the EVO 4G LTE, but they all seem to fit in these categories:
- Bad Wifi signal due to poor antenna contact
- Wifi not working at all in an early ROM version
- Wifi causing random device reboots
- Problems with Wifi tether
However, I'm having a Wifi problem that I can't find much information on: After about a day of use, connecting to my h
i dont have access to the router. so i found a work around. from the market download and run fxr wifi fixer. it will ask you to reboot. dont do it. next go to your wifi screen and go to menu advance and click static ip. the enable your wifi. let it scan a few times. then disable wifi and uncheck static ip. the re enable wifi. and connect to the desired network.
Hi fellows here, today my brother got his brand new Xperia Z, when we got home, I tried to open the wifi to setup his phone for him.
But it just show no wifi connection available (My Nexus 4 has my house's wifi connection and connected instantly)
What's the problem? Any fixes if without root or a unlocked bootloader ? (I tried to search, both Google and XDA)
I have a Samsung Galaxy Gio S5660 with a Wifi problem.
When I connect to my home, school, girlfriend's Wifi it works fine! When I leave the connection with Wifi (just because I go to school of to a Bar..) and I'm going back to my home, school of girlfriend, Wifi is not connecting to the router.
I was trying to connect my Arc to my laptop wifi after sharing the internet connection from the wireless ad-hock network creation wizard but I couldn't find the network in the wireless list on my device.
so If you don't have a WiFi router, but your PC is WiFi enabled, you can use Virtual WiFi Router to allow other WiFi devices to use your connection.