Wireless - Preferred/Available networks

Discussion in 'Wireless Networking' started by Ned, Jan 24, 2006.

  1. Ned

    Ned Guest

    I have a Wireless Internet connection from my Telco. When my laptop has
    been awakened after being "hibernated" the available network is called
    "2WIRE533" - this is not my Telco network. If I do a refresh it doesn't
    bring in my own Telcos network. In Preferred networks I see my Telco
    network (but not the 2WIRE533).
    If I reboot the laptop then my Telco network shows as available and
    connects.
    Why does this happen? Is there any way for my Telco wireless network to
    show as available without needing to reboot?
    What is the "2WIRE533" A neighbours network maybe? There doesn't appear
    to be any way to remove the "2WIRE533".
    TIA, Ned
     
    Ned, Jan 24, 2006
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