BT 2100 Wireless Router

  jerichobob 20:07 03 Apr 05


I have recently acquired a new laptop and want to set it up on my wireless network using my BT wireless router and 802.11g pc card. Unfortunately I seem to have 'lost' my installation disk and I am worried that set-up may be impossible. (This post is written on my sons laptop - my old computer - which is configured correctly.) I have visited BT's website and there don't appear to be any downloadable drivers there. I have searched on Google to the same effect. Can anyone help? Do I actually need these drivers?



  abbott8 21:03 03 Apr 05

in your browser address bar type the following click here

this should put you in the configuration utility for your voyager2100.

I hope this is of some help.

  jerichobob 19:57 04 Apr 05

I had to download drivers for the network card through my sons computer and transfer them to the new one. I then had to go through the rigmarole of resetting the router so that the new computer recognised the network. I then had to logon to the internet with IE to configure the router to enable any Internet access at all. Once that was done I had to reset all of my security settings and change the network passwords. I have only to change the settings for my sons computer now and the network is complete.

Thanks again


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