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Revision as of 05:18, 25 April 2013

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If the system has an active wireless interface, a screen similar to Figure 4.6a will indicate the wireless networks which were automatically detected.

Figure 4.6a: Connect to a Wireless Network

If you would like to set the default wireless connection, highlight the network that you would like to connect to. If the network does not appear, you can click the "Rescan" button. If you are unable to connect or you wish to configure the connection at a later time, see the section on Network Configuration.

When finished, click the "Next" button to continue the post-configuration tasks.

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