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    Hi there, I spent several days trying to find a real solution to get the wirelss working in my laptop and finally I downloaded the broadcom Driver, 32-bit in my case, installed, rebooted and voila ! wireless networks showed up at last, easy fix and it's been running flaulessly since then. This is the link: http://www.computerandyou.net/2011/05/how-to-solve-no-wireless-networks-in-ubuntu-11-04/
    Good luck...
    Ray
    Gateway M-Series with the awesome Ubuntu 11.10 and a very happy wireless connection !

    Answered by rayporsche
    3 years ago
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  • Network Manager supports Roaming mode. and allows to connect to any available wireless network in range.
    1. Taskbar > click Network Manager
    2. Select wireless network from the available list
    3. Type the network key
    4. And now connect

    OR

    1. Select the connection and press Properties.
    2. From network name drop down box select the router. If it is not shown then manually type the ESSID
    3. Select pass and type the correct one
    4. If ISP provides a static IP then select static IP from the configuration box
    5. If the router assigns IP addresses then leave the Configuration as Automatic Configuration / DHCP and click OK

    Answered by rechil_colin
    3 years ago
    0 0
  • Network Manager supports Roaming mode. and allows to connect to any available wireless network in range.
    1. Taskbar > click Network Manager
    2. Select wireless network from the available list
    3. Type the network key
    4. And now connect

    OR

    1. Select the connection and press Properties.
    2. From network name drop down box select the router. If it is not shown then manually type the ESSID
    3. Select pass and type the correct one
    4. If ISP provides a static IP then select static IP from the configuration box
    5. If the router assigns IP addresses then leave the Configuration as Automatic Configuration / DHCP and click OK

    Answered by rechil_colin
    3 years ago
    0 0
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