How did you get ActiveSync to work over 802.11b? Do you
have to be in Infrastructure mode to do it? I've been
through every permutation of settings I can think of
trying to get it going in Ad Hoc mode, but it just won't
go. I've got a Socket WLan CF card in an iPaq 3635 trying
to talk to a Thinkpad 390x with an Atmel wireless USB
dongle. I've tried varying all the tcp/ip settings
(including trying it with only ip and s/n mask)on both
machines. You name it, I've probably tried it. I just
haven't tried Infrastructure mode because I don't have the
access point (yet). I've got ActiveSync 3.5 because I read
it supports wireless sync now. What's the secret handshake
for this? tia
>I had no idea ActiveSync worked through WiFi. I saw this
message and fired
>up ActiveSync on my iPaq (which I had recently slapped a
802.11b card in)
>and -- voila -- she's synching away! That is just too
>Thanks for turning me on to this.
>> Start| Settings | Connections | Connections. What do
you see there?
>> Michael Gordon - MVP
>> > Dear gurus,
>> > I am running a WinXP Professional desktop with ICS
>> > installed for sharing my DSL connection at home over
>> > ad hoc WiFi network. I have a Jornada 568 with the
>> > Symbol WiFi CF card.
>> > Using the Thunderhawk browser from www.bitstream.com,
>> > am able to access the internet fine through ICS.
>> > However, I can't get ActiveSync to connect. Neither
>> > I get PocketIE to connect like Thunderhawk does. I
>> > altered settings on desktop and handheld ActiveSyncs
>> > allow for LAN connection, but still only connects via
>> > cradle. What do I do?