Go Wireless Open up new possibilities for work and play...
Start with 3 pieces A typical home or small-office wireless LAN requires only 3 pieces of hardware. With these 3 pieces, you’re ready to get started! TIP: If you did not buy a wireless-enabled notebook, you can buy a wireless PC Card to add wireless capability.
Set up the hardware and software Now that you have the necessary components to get started, you’re ready to connect the pieces of the network and to configure the wireless router. Set up and turn on the computer according to the instructions included with the computer. Ensure that the computer is connected to AC power during this setup.
Complete the wireless network Now that you’ve set up the router hardware and software, you’re ready to add devices to your network. Press the wireless on/off button PROGRESS CHECK Connect to the wireless network by selecting Start > Connect To > Wireless Network Connection. After step 1, the blue wireless Highlight your network name in the Available wireless networks list.
Secure your network You don’t go to sleep at night with your doors unlocked, so don’t venture into cyberspace without security. Depending on your wireless router security level, consider using one or more of the following security measures: Enable encryption on your router. If you have not already enabled security encryption, follow the ■...
Go wireless in public Now you’re ready to go outside and experience the freedom and flexibility of your new wireless world. DID YOU KNOW... 31 million users worldwide will be accessing public wireless networks by 2007. DID YOU KNOW... In some environments, the use of wireless devices may be restricted.
As millions of users purchase wireless computers, PDAs, and printers for home and small-office networks, wireless resources are expanding worldwide. Resources to enhance your wireless user experience are located on the HP Web site at http://www.hp.com/go/wireless, on the Documentation CD included with the computer, and at a variety of other Internet Web sites, including: wireless.com...
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