unusal problem

Discussion in 'Computer Support' started by Nikhil Pandya, Feb 22, 2004.

  1. I have a unique problem with connection to certain websites that require
    passwords. For example, I can check my hotmail e-mails through Outlook
    Express, but can't connect to the account using IE. I get "The page cannot
    be desplayed" error after entering the password. Neither can connect to .NET
    with windows messenger. I can, however, check yahoo mail without problem. I
    have a problem, however connecting to other websites that require a
    password.
    I connect to the internet using a wireless router. I am not sure which
    security setting i need to enable or disable to solve this problem. If
    anyone is familiar with this issue, please help.
    thanks,
    -Nikhil
     
    Nikhil Pandya, Feb 22, 2004
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  2. One interesting twist I forgot to mention is that I have no problems
    connecting to any wibsite from other machines on the network that are
    wirelessly connected. The only machine that is directly connected is
    problematic.

    "Nikhil Pandya" <> wrote in message
    news:SX2_b.4692$...
    > I have a unique problem with connection to certain websites that require
    > passwords. For example, I can check my hotmail e-mails through Outlook
    > Express, but can't connect to the account using IE. I get "The page cannot
    > be desplayed" error after entering the password. Neither can connect to

    ..NET
    > with windows messenger. I can, however, check yahoo mail without problem.

    I
    > have a problem, however connecting to other websites that require a
    > password.
    > I connect to the internet using a wireless router. I am not sure which
    > security setting i need to enable or disable to solve this problem. If
    > anyone is familiar with this issue, please help.
    > thanks,
    > -Nikhil
    >
    >
    >
     
    Nikhil Pandya, Feb 22, 2004
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