Had to go to the WPA to get connection Nook. Now the laptop will not connect.

Newly acquired Nook Color would not recognize connection WEP. So I spent the Bureau for the WPA. Now laptop said little or no connectivity. Can the corners as well and portable live in this environment? If so, how?

It's a good thing.  WEP is near useless for what is security is these days.

Connect to a router, or using ad hoc wireless to share the Internet connection belonging to the office?

Most wireless routers require that all devices use the same encryption level.  Some newer routers can allow a mixture of WPA and WPA2, but as far as I know, none allow the WEP and WPA at the same time.  If you use a wireless adapter in the Office for an ad hoc wireless network, I'm sure that without these adapters allow the WEP and WPA.

Change your laptop in WPA too.

You may need to remove the connection recorded first in order to make this change. Assuming you use Windows to configure the adapter to the laptop wireless (and more far assuming that the laptop is running XP sp2 or greater), the procedure is as follows:

  • Open network connections (start > run > ncpa.cpl > OK)
  • Right click on the wireless adapter icon and select Properties
  • Click the "Wireless Networks" tab
  • Select your network wireless from the list of "Preferred networks", then click on the button Delete
  • OK your way out

Now find your wireless network in the list of available wireless networks, click connection and enter the WPA password when you are prompted.

Tags: Windows

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