I have tried to connect a Freecom Internet radio to work on my wireless network and I eventually discovered that with XP's firewall turned off it worked first time. How do I configure the firewall to allow the radio to connect? I have the IP address for the radio, if that helps.
Sea Urchin, tried your suggestion, it did not work.
bjh, when I go to settings then wlan access point it asks for the password which I assume is the one on the router set up page under Wireless settings, WPA-PSK Security Encryption, it will not accept this and says "Can't connect. Please check the password."
I'm really not sure what you are doing/what stage you are at. Have you run the Freecom Network Storage Assistant to gain access? Shoild be on the CD, or downloadable from click here . It's the Assistant ver 1.79 you want. Run that, and you should be able to gain access to the radio. Is that what you are doing? Really not sure, from your description, where you are going... "to settings then wlan access point it asks for the password "
OK, seen your thread on the Freecom site... a bit clearer now. In WLAN Access point... Select your wireless network from the top drop down box. The password is, indeed, your wireless network password. It isn't the SSID name itself.
If you have a complex password, ensure it is exactly correct.
I know you don't want to leave the network open, but does it connect OK if the network is security-disabled? If so, allow it to connect, then add the security to the network. Use a simple password to start.