Set up a Wireless Connection to a BT Voyager 2110 router

Published 21/07/2005 10:40   |    Updated 26/06/2009 15:41
How do I connect my computer wirelessly to my BT Voyager 2110 router?

Select your computer's operating system from one of the following for a simple step-by-step guide including video tutorials.

 

Windows XP

Windows Vista

Mac OS X v10.5 Leopard

Mac OS X v10.4 Tiger

 

There are two connections involved in getting online using a BT Voyager 2110 wireless router. The first connection is along your phone line from your local telephone exchange to your house and then to your Voyager router.

 

The router then broadcasts a wireless signal around your house to which your computer connects in order to browse the Internet. If either connection is not working then you will not be able to view any websites.

 

To check whether your DSL phone line connection is working simply check the lights on the Voyager router. If the DSL and Internet lights are steady green then your router is successfully connected to the Internet.

 

If the DSL light on your Voyager router is either off or flashing then you will not be able to connect to the Internet.
Click here for assistance in getting the DSL light to remain constantly lit green.

 

Most modern Windows laptops and Apple Mac computers have a built-in wireless adapter to connect to a wireless network. However, most Windows desktop PC's do not.

 

If your computer does not have a wireless adapter then you will need to purchase one, BT Ireland do not supply PCMCIA and USB Cards. You can purchase an adapter from any major computer retail store or online, from sites such as our partners www.dabs.ie. In the meantime you can connect to your BT Voyager 2110 router using an Ethernet cable connection.

 

If the DSL light is green and your computer is suitably equipped then you are ready to get connected wirelessly. Select your computer's operating system from one of the following for a simple step-by-step guide.

 

Windows XP

Windows Vista

Mac OS X v10.5 Leopard

Mac OS X v10.4 Tiger

 

 

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