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Step by Step Connection Steps

Please find your operating system below to see help on connecting.

Windows XP - Connection


To find the wireless connection on Windows XP:

1. Locate the ‘Network Connections’ folder in the ‘Control Panel’ under the Start menu.

2. Right click on the ‘Wireless Network Connection’ option to view all the wireless network signals available.

 

3. Find the wireless network named ‘Ponca City Free WiFi.’ Note, you may see several available wireless networks.

4. Select the ‘Ponca City Free WiFi’ option and click ‘Connect’ to establish your connection
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Windows Vista - Connection


To find the wireless connection on Windows Vista:

1. Locate the ‘Network and Sharing Center’ folder in the ‘Control Panel’ under the Start menu.

2. Click on 'Connect to a Network' in the left hand menu to view all the wireless network signals available.

 

3. Find the wireless network named ‘Ponca City Free WiFi.’ Note, you may see several available wireless networks.

4. Select the ‘Ponca City Free WiFi’ option and click ‘Connect’ to establish your connection.

Macintosh OSX - Connection

To find the wireless connection on Macintosh OSX:

1. Locate the AirPort icon at the top right of the screen
2. Click on the icon and view menu of available wireless networks
3. Select ‘Ponca City Free WiFi’ to establish your network connection



How do I connect to the network using Linux?


As with any operating system, there are several options for connecting to the Ponca City Free WiFi network using Linux.

To find the wireless connection on Linux:

1. Open a command line and type ‘iwconfig eth0 essid "Ponca City Free WiFi" mode Managed rate auto key off’ to establish connection

Please note that the interface name may need to be changed depending on the chipset of the wireless device.

2. For troubleshooting, try checking ‘/var/log/messages’ for error messages
 

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