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Internet tutorial: this tutorial will show you how to set up a WiFi network on a Mac computer.
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WiFi is every from hotels to cafés and lots of people use wireless networks at home. You can connect your Mac to a WiFi network using airport which is Apples’ wireless networking gear. If you are setting up a network at home, you need to configure the airport bay station so just connect an Ethernet cable from your broadband modem to the bay station then connect your bay station to your computer’s Ethernet port. Plug in the bay station’s power cable and wait for the solid light to turn green.
Now on your Mac, open the applications folder then select the utilities subfolder. Double click the airport utility icon. You should see the airport bay station on the left in which case, click it and choose the continue bottom. If the station is not listed, choose set up a new airport bay station and click Continue. On the next screen, enter a password for the bay station. Make sure you write this password down and keep this somewhere safe because you’ll need it again if you want to change the bay station settings and click Continue.
Now, on the side, you really want to create a new wireless network or connect the bay station to an insisting wireless network. In this case, we’re creating a new network so click the Continue button. If you are adding the bay station to an existing network, make the wireless network name the same as for the rest of the network. Click Continue again and choose a security format. WPA is your safest bet but some other computers will only support WEP. Use the highest level security supported by your equipment. And now, you guest it, click Continue. Okay, you are getting close.
On the next screen, decide whether you are connecting the airport bay station to a router or modem then click Continue then choose how to connect to the internet. Most people use DHCP and choose Continue again. And finally, verify all the set up details and click the magic button to update.
At this point, the bay station restarts and once it’s done, you see a congratulations screen. The set up is complete when you choose Quit. And once you’ve set up your bay station and created your wireless network, you can connect via WiFi. All you need is the name of the network and the password. This is a great way to free web from your cables and allows you the flexibility to work or play on your WiFi compatible computer wherever you want.