Some where, some thing, is misconfigured.
There is not enough info to pinpoint where. Read the following pages and
check evry thing as suggeted.
My New Wireless does not work - http://www.ezlan.net/wireless.html
Wireless, Basic Configuration - http://www.ezlan.net/Wireless_Config.html
Wireless Security - http://www.ezlan.net/Wireless_Security.html
"Ron S" wrote in message
> I'm trying to get the wifi working on a Toshiba Satellite 1800. This is
> one that had no HD. I installed an HD and installed Win2k SP4 on it. I
> downloaded the drivers from the web and got everything working except the
> wifi. I can successfully connect to my LAN if I plug in the ethernet
> cable. I know my wifi access point is working because I can connect using
> my other laptops and PDA. The Toshiba Wireless LAN Client Manager sees my
> wireless network ok, shows a good signal, and even shows the right MAC
> address of the access point. It passes all of its diagnostics. All the
> hardware seems to be working fine. I guess this is a Windows networking
> configuration issue. I can't get Windows to connect to the network using
> the wifi connection. In Network and Dial-up Connections I have two
> entries. One is "Local Area Connection". This is the ethernet connection.
> This works fine. The second one is "Local Area Connection 2", which says
> Toshiba Wireless LAN Mini PCI Card under Device Name. This does appear to
> be the correct device that Wireless LAN Client Manager is connected with.
> (If I disable that device in Device Manager, the signal in LAN Client
> Manager disappears.) but the status is always Network Cable Unplugged and
> I can't access the LAN or the Web or anything. What I am I missing here?