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Pda connect to pc's on wireless home internet

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Last Modified: 2012-08-14
I have several computers setup thru a wireless router and I can connect to each computer from either computer.

I have now a PDA with a wireless card for connection.

I can connect to the internet using my ssid name.
But i hve not been able to connect the pda to any one of my other computers. or have them to connect to the PDA.

I am not really sure on how to do this. one my other pc's all I have to do click the my network and then click the computer network name.

I have trid to connect using the internet explorer and entering the isp of each of the computers that are listed in the router, but that does not work either.
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1) What PDA ?

2) It may not support networking wit PCs. That is what a USB cable is for..


I hope this helps !

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PDA Mypal A696

I can connect to to the internet thru the network.
I know I can connect thru a USB but I was hoping that I could use it thru out the house and not be attached to the computer. I know in my router it does show my isp and name of the PDA
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