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Navigation over Wi-Fi

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I've setting my Home Wireless connection on my S730.

It's is connected, but any address I write in the address bar the device tell me that

"The page cannot be found. Check the name and try again"

My wireless LAN is protected by WPA-PSK.

Anyone has ideas?

thanks

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The thread title threw me a little...

Have you set your wifi connection to connect to "the internet" on your device?

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The thread title threw me a little...

Have you set your wifi connection to connect to "the internet" on your device?

Yes, all connections are set on automatic. I've found that the problem is my DC, because at my sister's house (that don't have a DC) the connection over Wi-Fi work greetly.

Anyone have set this device with a radius-server autentication?

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If you have a domain controller, does that mean you have an ISA too?

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If you have a domain controller, does that mean you have an ISA too?

No, firewalling functions are demanded to a ZyXEL router. My DC roles are only:

  • DC
    DHCP
    DNS
    FileServer
    WSUS Server
    Radius Server (in testing)

It's my tests server, it's configuration change a lot of time.

I must install ISA on it to work with my device?

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No. I was just checking if you had an ISA server set up that might have been blocking the connection.

Is your device getting a valid IP address?

If not, try switching the encryption off to test if its that.

If it is then I would guess its a DNS issue.

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No. I was just checking if you had an ISA server set up that might have been blocking the connection.

Is your device getting a valid IP address?

If not, try switching the encryption off to test if its that.

If it is then I would guess its a DNS issue.

The device take a valid IP, and the Signal Strength is very good. I've reset DHCP leases too.

I think that there are some settings in my DC that are wrong, because if I connect my S730 at an other WLAN with the same settings, but without a DC the navigation works greetly.

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