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  1. 22/07/09: BT and Vodafone Agreement
    Consumers and small businesses in Ireland will benefit from greater competition and choice, following a strategic partnership agreed between BT and Vodafone.  The landmark contract will...
    Date Updated: 22/07/2009
  2. Q&A's regarding the BT and Vodafone Agreement
      Click here to read the full statement about the agreement between Vodafone and BT   What BT customers will transfer to Vodafone as part of this agreement?   This agreement involves...
    Date Updated: 22/10/2009
  3. Set up a Wireless Connection to a 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...
    Date Updated: 26/06/2009
  4. Microsoft Windows Vista and BT Broadband
    If you've got a new PC that is running Windows Vista, here's how to get started:   Most BT supplied routers are compatible with Windows Vista. Please check for your model below. If you are unsure of...
    Date Updated: 23/04/2008
  5. Troubleshooting a Slow or Intermittent Broadband connection
    If your broadband connection appears to be slow or intermittent there are a number of things to check before reporting a fault to BT.   Step 1: Use Microfilters and avoid using extension cables...
    Date Updated: 22/04/2009
  6. Windows Vista: Troubleshoot problems finding wireless networks
      A wireless network adapter  is a device that connects your computer to a network, it is sometimes referred to as a network interface card (NIC). If your computer has a wireless network adapter...
    Date Updated: 02/05/2008
  7. Broadband - DNS addresses
    Preferred DNS : 192.111.39.1 Alternate DNS :  192.111.39.4     What does the DNS service do? A DNS server converts DNS names like   www.btireland.ie  into their IP address equivalents such...
    Date Updated: 18/02/2008
  8. PCMCIA and USB Cards
    PCMCIA and USB Cards are equipment for your computer that enable it to connect to a wireless router (for example, the BT Voyager 2110). They act as receivers for the wireless signal your router...
    Date Updated: 25/11/2008
  9. Wireless Security - WEP and WPA Encryption
    WEP - Short for Wired Equivalent Privacy, a security protocol for wireless local area networks (WLANs) defined in the 802.11b standard. WEP is designed to provide the same level of security as that...
    Date Updated: 02/05/2008
  10. What do the lights on my BT Voyager Router mean?
      Wireless  - The Wireless light is ON and  Green when the Voyager is sending out a wireless signal, if this light is off Wireless is either disabled or there a problem.   Wired Network 1-4  - If any...
    Date Updated: 04/03/2008