The problem was my home WiFi network could not share my broadband connection with all my computers. I could only access the internet one computer at a time. My provider said that’s because my account was only for single computer, so I just lived with it.
She said that should not be the case and that my router should be able to distribute the connection. She said it might be a simple matter of configuring the wireless access point.
Turns out my access point was NOT a router (did not read it, got it in an ex deal anyway, so I could not complain). It gave me a wireless network alright but it did not network my broadband connection.
So I had to replace my wireless access point with a wireless router (the access point was already built in). After a few drops of sweat, VOILA! Even my PDA is enjoying the benefits.
That was an expensive lesson on the difference between a wireless access point and a wireless router, though…
Anyway, thanks Mayo!
Teacher Sol, I’ll deal with your quiz later. Choir practice awaits…