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  • [url=http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rbY3iazjVds&feature=related]Found this[/url] while searching how to configure a NE9F Wifibox (the router of a French provider) for hotspot use.
    I don't speak it very good, but it seems as if it is possible to set up two network: a secured one and an hotspot, at the same time. To be precise, there is already a unsecured network (Neuf Wifi), but connecting to that doesn't seem to do anything. You can set "Neuf Wifi" to "Neuf Wifi FON" somewhere, but when you access the web you get a funny looking page full of French where you can enter a username or password.
    It's at a vacation house which provided their WPA key and didn't secure their router. The default encryption is WPA AES however, and I have a second laptop which doesn't support that but which I would like to use.



  • I don't understand. Is the WTF in searching for technical advice on youtube?



  • a couple of links from the OP and I'm learning how to hide my porn.  OP you rock!



  • I don't understand either. Appears to be a good candidate for a mug. 



  • @qbolec said:

    I don't understand. Is the WTF in searching for technical advice on youtube?


    It's the first hit you get when googling "wifi neuf hotspot"

    @belgariontheking said:

    a couple of links from the OP and I'm learning how to hide my porn.  OP you rock!
    That's what happens when you forget you're using the plain-text editor and thus forget to use <br />.
    And when your internet connection sucks so much you don't want to use the preview
    But I did put the link first!

    @TheRider said:

    I don't understand either. Appears to be a good candidate for a mug. 

    That is not gonna fit on a mug.
    Well, maybe with a font size of 3pt... I see possibilities here.

    [url=http://www.fon.com/en]I did find out what the FON option was[/url]



  • @TheRider said:

    I don't understand either. Appears to be a good candidate for a mug. 

    Sage goes in the email field.

    "Nominated for the Mug" goes in the tags field. 


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