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Take Control of Your AirPort Network by Glenn Fleishman

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Chapter . Connect Your Computers

Once you’ve set up your Wi-Fi network and connected it to the Internet, you’ll want to configure your computers to connect to the network properly, whether you’re working with a few desktop computers or helping customers use a public hotspot.

Making a connection is quite simple, but configuring how your computers connect may take a little thought. You might choose to have them connect automatically to unknown networks, or need to connect them to a network that doesn’t advertise its name. You may also wish to configure them to reconnect to networks that they’ve visited before.

Read this section to learn how to use Panther, Tiger, and Windows XP Service Pack 2 to connect to networks, modify stored profiles for networks, ...

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