Internet connection supremacy problem

  TOMSTEPHENSON1 16:21 12 Dec 2006

I have managed to set up a wifi connection with my LAN network and am really finding the benefits of wifi. The only problem that I am having is that nearly every time I switch from one url to another I am being kicked off line and my broadband and dial up connections are asking me to connect with them.
I have deselected the broadband and dial up connections from being ticked as my default connection but cannot find a way of making the wifi LAN as the default connection.
Its almost as if the broadband and dial up connections are competing with the wifi LAN for supremacy.
I am sure that I have seen somewhere a facility to instruct the broadband and dial up connections not to try to connect when a LAN is present but cannot for the life of me find this now.
I would appreciate any assistance.

  Jackcoms 16:27 12 Dec 2006

In IE - Tools; Internet Options, Connections. Select 'Never dial a connection'.

  Jackcoms 16:28 12 Dec 2006

And, by the way, if you no longer need the Dial-up and BB connections, why not delete them?

  TOMSTEPHENSON1 18:59 12 Dec 2006

many thanks

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