1. Khairul's Avatar
    Ok...Here is the situation of mine.
    I am connected to a unknown wireless network..But i cant access internet with it.So i have to dial up a PPPOE connection to get connected to internet.Up to this everything is alright.But the problem starts now.
    So here the problem goes.
    I want to connect my BlackBerry 9700 to the same PPPOE connection of my PC.So i have decided to share the connection via WiFi with D-LINK DSL-2460T.So i shared PPPOE connection with Local Area connection to get the Wifi of D-Link router working..
    But the bad thing is sometimes by luck it gets connected.And most of the times it doesn't..
    I have searched all the forums but still i didn't get any useful or helpful reply.
    IF any network expert are here then please help me.
    01-05-11 12:42 PM
  2. Rootbrian's Avatar
    First of all, can you use wifi on the blackberry by just connecting to the router itself?
    Second, have you tried rebooting the router?
    Third, have you deleted the wifi profile stored on the blackberry and reconnected, creating a new profile?
    Forth, tried a battery pull?

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    01-05-11 05:07 PM
  3. Khairul's Avatar
    RootBrain thanks for the tips.
    I can connect to WiFi without any hazel but the problem is I can't get connected to Internet.
    But I have already tried all the steps mentioned above.
    Did everything with the router and BB.
    Turned On uPnP,DMZ and all the other hazels but nothing worked.
    Hoping for a solution.

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    01-07-11 07:16 AM
  4. Rootbrian's Avatar
    RootBrain thanks for the tips.
    I can connect to WiFi without any hazel but the problem is I can't get connected to Internet.
    But I have already tried all the steps mentioned above.
    Did everything with the router and BB.
    Turned On uPnP,DMZ and all the other hazels but nothing worked.
    Hoping for a solution.

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    Have you set the router to wireless G only mode? Maybe it just isn't compatible with your blackberry. Try testing it with someone's 9700 and see if that makes any difference. If your bb's OS is the latest from your carrier, it's likely the router.

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    01-07-11 11:42 AM
  5. Khairul's Avatar
    I haven't set my browser to wireless G mode.And I think so my router doesn't have that feature also.Searched every settings of the router but didn't find that.I have tested it with my NOKIA N97 but it doesn't work in that too.And about the OS my carrier has the latest OS of 5.0.0.680.I think so its an old OS.And maybe my router doesn't support sharing.I have streaming error too in youtube with this OS.

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    01-08-11 03:53 PM
  6. Rootbrian's Avatar
    I haven't set my browser to wireless G mode.And I think so my router doesn't have that feature also.Searched every settings of the router but didn't find that.I have tested it with my NOKIA N97 but it doesn't work in that too.And about the OS my carrier has the latest OS of 5.0.0.680.I think so its an old OS.And maybe my router doesn't support sharing.I have streaming error too in youtube with this OS.

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    I meant logging into your router to change it to wireless G mode. Or maybe why don you take it back to the store and get one that works properly? It could be a faulty router.

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    01-08-11 04:13 PM
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