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We'll show you how to connect your PC to your wireless network on your Windows XP Operating System.
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  1. Click Start > Control Panel > Network and Internet Connections > Network Connections
  2. In the Network Connections window, right-click on your Wireless Connection icon under LAN or High-Speed Internet.
  3. To connect to the wireless network, select View Available Wireless Networks.
  4. Note: Select Properties to view the wireless connection properties or Status to view the current connection status details.
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    The following walk through will cover how to setup wireless network in Windows Vista.
  1. Click Start
  2. Click Network
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This walk through will show you how to connect to a Wireless Network in Windows 7 using the Start Menu.

  1. Click on the Windows Orb in the taskbar or press the Windows Key on your keyboard.
  2. Now click on Network.

You can easily set up your mobile device(s) to access the Internet through your Verizon Router. Select from the list of devices below to continue:

Available Devices:

Step 1: Retrieve Wireless settings from the back of your Verizon Router If you have not changed Wi-Fi Settings (SSID/ESSID or WEP Key) in your Verizon Router, then you can get those settings from the sticker on the back of your Router. The sticker would look something like the sample image below.


Step 2: Set up your Motorola DROID
The Motorola DROID smart phone can use your Verizon FiOS Internet connection to reach the Internet from home. If you need additional instructions on how to configure your Motorola DROID to access your Verizon Router, please review the Set up Guide.


Reference herein to any products, services, processes, hypertext links to third parties or other information by trade name, trademark, manufacturer, supplier or otherwise does not necessarily constitute or imply its endorsement, sponsorship or recommendationby Verizon. Product and service information is the sole responsibility of each individual vendor. All other product and service marks are trademarks of their respective owners.

Step 1: Retrieve Wireless settings from the back of your Verizon Router If you have not changed Wi-Fi Settings (SSID/ESSID or WEP Key) in your Verizon Router, then you can get those settings from the sticker on the back of your Router. The sticker would look something like the sample image below.


Step 2: Set up your DROID ERIS by HTC
The HTC DROID ERIS smart phone can use your Verizon Internet connection to reach the Internet from home. If you need additional instructions on how to configure your HTC DROID to access your Verizon Router, please review the Set up Guide.


Reference herein to any products, services, processes, hypertext links to third parties or other information by trade name, trademark, manufacturer, supplier or otherwise does not necessarily constitute or imply its endorsement, sponsorship or recommendationby Verizon. Product and service information is the sole responsibility of each individual vendor. All other product and service marks are trademarks of their respective owners.

Step 1: Retrieve Wireless settings from the back of your Verizon Router If you have not changed Wi-Fi Settings (SSID/ESSID or WEP Key) in your Verizon Router, then you can get those settings from the sticker on the back of your Router. The sticker would look something like the sample image below.


Step 2: Set up your Apple iPod Touch
The Apple iPod Touch can use your Verizon Internet connection to reach the Internet from home. If you need additional instructions on how to configure your Apple iPod Touch to access your Verizon Router, please review the Set up Guide.


Reference herein to any products, services, processes, hypertext links to third parties or other information by trade name, trademark, manufacturer, supplier or otherwise does not necessarily constitute or imply its endorsement, sponsorship or recommendationby Verizon. Product and service information is the sole responsibility of each individual vendor. All other product and service marks are trademarks of their respective owners.

Step 1: Retrieve Wireless settings from the back of your Verizon Router If you have not changed Wi-Fi Settings (SSID/ESSID or WEP Key) in your Verizon Router, then you can get those settings from the sticker on the back of your Router. The sticker would look something like the sample image below.


Step 2: Set up your Apple iPhone
The Apple iPhone can use your Verizon Internet connection to reach the Internet from home. If you need additional instructions on how to configure your Apple iPhone to access your Verizon Router, please review the Set up Guide.


Reference herein to any products, services, processes, hypertext links to third parties or other information by trade name, trademark, manufacturer, supplier or otherwise does not necessarily constitute or imply its endorsement, sponsorship or recommendationby Verizon. Product and service information is the sole responsibility of each individual vendor. All other product and service marks are trademarks of their respective owners.

Step 1: Retrieve Wireless settings from the back of your Verizon Router If you have not changed Wi-Fi Settings (SSID/ESSID or WEP Key) in your Verizon Router, then you can get those settings from the sticker on the back of your Router. The sticker would look something like the sample image below.


Step 2: Set up your Apple iPad
The Apple iPad can use your Verizon Internet connection to reach the Internet from home. If you need additional instructions on how to configure your Apple iPad to access your Verizon Router, please review the Set up Guide.


Reference herein to any products, services, processes, hypertext links to third parties or other information by trade name, trademark, manufacturer, supplier or otherwise does not necessarily constitute or imply its endorsement, sponsorship or recommendationby Verizon. Product and service information is the sole responsibility of each individual vendor. All other product and service marks are trademarks of their respective owners.

Step 1: Retrieve Wireless settings from the back of your Verizon Router If you have not changed Wi-Fi Settings (SSID/ESSID or WEP Key) in your Verizon Router, then you can get those settings from the sticker on the back of your Router. The sticker would look something like the sample image below.


Step 2: Set up Another Mobile Device
If you are using a Mobile Device that is not in the above Available Devices list, please refer to the Device manufacturer's website for more information.


Reference herein to any products, services, processes, hypertext links to third parties or other information by trade name, trademark, manufacturer, supplier or otherwise does not necessarily constitute or imply its endorsement, sponsorship or recommendationby Verizon. Product and service information is the sole responsibility of each individual vendor. All other product and service marks are trademarks of their respective owners.

 

You can easily set up your wireless-enabled printer(s) to connect to your Verizon Wireless Router. This will enable you to print from your laptop, desktop, or mobile device without any physical connection.


 
Step 1: Retrieve Wireless settings from the back of your Verizon Router

If you have not changed Wi-Fi Settings (SSID/ESSID or WEP Key) in your Verizon Router, then you can get those settings from the sticker on the back of your Router. The sticker would look something like the sample image below.
 


Step 2: Set up Printer Sharing on your Home Network
You can easily set up your wireless-enabled printer(s) to connect to your Verizon Wireless Router. This will enable you to print from your laptop, desktop, or mobile device without any physical connection. If you need additional instructions on how to configureyour wireless-enabled printer to access your Verizon Router, please review the Set up Guide.
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