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Take Control of Your Apple Wi-Fi Network by Glenn Fleishman

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Connect Your Devices

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

Making a connection is quite simple, but configuring how a device connects may take a little thought. You might have a device connect automatically to unknown networks, or need to connect to a network that doesn’t advertise its name. You may also want your device to automatically reconnect to networks that it has connected to before.

Read this chapter to learn how to Connect in Mac OS X, Connect in iOS, and Connect in Windows 8.

Note: Just because a network is visible doesn’t mean you can connect ...

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