WEP Key lengths. There are to my knowledge only two standardized WEP key length. 40 bit and 104 bit. For some unknown reason these are sometimes to referred to as 64 and 128.
You can also choose to input your key as an ASCII string or a Hex string.
Hex characters are represented by 4 bits ASCII characters are represented by 8 bits. Therefore
WEP key length = 40(64)bits String = 10 Hex Chars or 5 ASCII
WEP key length = 104(128) bits String = 26 Hex Chars or 13 ASCII. The other to be careful of when inputting your string is CASE.
If you have this sorted and are sure they match your wireless access point. Then once you initiate a WEB session then go to TOOLS and select Conn.manager. Ensure your connection is there. The Wireless symbol W should be enclosed. If you now go to menu and select TOOLS followed by IP address ensure that you have a valid IP address ie within the DHCP range of your WiFi kit. If you see 169.x.x.x then the DHCP is either disabled or failed. 169.x.x.x is an automated response.
Check to ensure your have DHCP enabled. From Control panel select the Internet option and then select your access point then select edit. Click on Advanced. Is Auto retrieve IP set = YES. If it is, again does the IP information shown match that of your access point.
Hope this helps.
I just came back from one of hte South east asian country. I found out that some high school student bring N9500. I don't don't know how, or what for, but I asked them , they said they use this as their main phone.
don't ask me why? maybe it looks cool.....
4 dos who think n9500 is somethin new for asians "90% of N phones manufectured in asia" so better think b4 u spk or even comment
my dad gave this phone to me cuz he cant understand how to use the features and troubleshooting some minor errors. overall its a great phone for the guys with an attitude towards functionality and mobility. great for my projects at school! although processor is abit slow but still its good for me. I used to own several nokias but this, my 38th phone, is definetly something...
does this have aol instant messanger
can anyone tell me that its original boady is removeable or not
I agree with you nokias products are going down the drain. As you rightly mentioned the 9210 is better than the 9500. Every subsequent Nokia phone I have bought has impressed me less and less....
My expectations from Nokia are high but they are not even meeting half of what I am looking at. Their technical specifications are slowly deteroiating...6210 - 13 Hrs talk time battery life new phones 3 - 4 talk time...technology is improving...nokia seems to be going backwards
One of the worst phones i ever bought,I do not advise anyone with this phone,Very Slow,Software gets stuck all the time,I used to have the nokia 9210i before this phone and it worked much better,SHAME ON YOU NOKIA!!
hey iwanna buy nokia 9500 the new one for AU$700 dollar is that cheap???
i bought this phone in dubai, thought it was too expensive in respect to utility aspect. howevever, i since i live in toronto and because of its wifi hotspots throughout the city, this phone is awesome tohave. only complaint is that recently i have been trying to download application such as MSN MESSENGER for symbian OS as well as some other accounting software, but does not install. ..... if someone could email me aboutt this, it would be great. other than that, the chinese people in this city go crazy everytime they see me use it at a cafe, usually theyare the ones with the best cars in toronto. but with this phone, i feel like im driving a lambo compared to their local phones. ....i intentionally sit in cafes crowded with asians....HAHA
Hi, I just planning to buy this phone, pls advice me how's that.
I am doing business in Hongkong.
This phone is great...it is a little bit slow but it is working fine...the internet work verry good on egde..i install a lot of program..yahoo mess for comunicator series and work woanderful..always i can stay online even when i am on road..verry profesional phone..good job nokia..i have the phone almost from one year and work verry good..
it is true that it is a little slow,..but have a lot of advantace..
I have recently purchased the 9500 needing a solution smaller than my laptop for the amount of data I receive / send.
I cannot recommend this phone enough - with the 1gb mmc installed acts not only as my "mini office" - but a great mp3 player ( although a little on the quiet side).
If you are in need of something with attitude (although rather large) and are serious about the work you do - this is the phone.
However my one complaint is when transfering data from the phone to PC Office 2003 just will not display the documents correctly,
Let me clarify that previous post.
When i say it can't be used as a Fax modem. i mean To send a fax from a Notebook or a Desktop PC using the Nokia 9500 as a fax
For those are planning to dish out AED 2700 to buy this phone please note.
Its a great phone if you are going to use this as a stand alone device.
After much research and forum searching over the past month I have discovered that the N9500 cannot do the following things.
a) The Nokia 9500 / 9300 does not allow Class 1 , 2, or 2.0 Fax support, which means you cannot use the Phone as a Fax modem to send and receive faxes.
b) The Nokia 9500 takes 70 minutes to open an Excel sheet with 50 rows and 6 columns of data. (Royghly 150kb). It first converts this file to epoc format. No there is no PC software provided by Nokia to do this on the PC before sending it to the Phone.
c) The same goes for Word documents.
Besides these MAJOR problems, yes The N9500 is a very expensive Phone that pretty much does very little for the price
i believe 9500 can only have 256mb for its MMC, if im wrong just upgrade your SW ver. to 5.22... Im using this one and haven't tried 512mb yet.. ths fon very useful
I have got this cell a month back. Its really a nice thing to keep.
The worst part is - It does *NOT* have the vibration feature. Many of the calls are missed just because of this lacking feature while I am riding on my bike :(
Rest is all fine till today :)
CHEERS for n9500 owners!
hi this is sky i have nokia9500
i think phone is very good
cause i just like nokia phones
i alos have 9290i,6620.6230,6620,
6682. but nokia9500 is best phone
cause we can us wifi.
'error:out of memory': i am trying with no success to delete some of the 80mb memory, it has disconnected the system, i have a 512mb cards which is almost empty, i am trying to switch to another. Now the phone is almost not working. Can someone help ?
Is it me or this phone is really very slow ? I tought it was a memory problem but I checked that in phone memory I still have 72 MB and in card memory I still have 82% of 512MB free memory.
Does anybody have an idea why this phone is slow ?