HP 2000-320CA Connection Manager Driver
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HP 2000-320CA Connection Manager Driver
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If your cellular provider has provided information for a different IP address or DNS server address, select the Use the following IP address and Use the following HP 2000-320CA Connection Manager server address options, and enter that information manually into each field. Click Finish to save your settings in the profile. Click the Connection settings pane to verify that the Roaming and Data Network options are set to the default Auto value.
Connection settings Click the General Settings pane to verify that the default Power off on exit and Power on upon launch options are selected. If you cannot connect to your cellular provider, see section titled Troubleshooting the HP 2000-320CA Connection Manager signal on this page or contact your cellular provider for further assistance.
Verify that you have at least 2 or 3 signal strength bars to ensure a strong enough signal to connect to the Internet. If you are unable to connect, see section titled Troubleshooting the WWAN signal on this page or contact your cellular provider for further assistance.
Troubleshooting the WWAN signal Signal strength may be low indoors, and especially in interior rooms without windows. If you are experiencing low signal strength or there is no WWAN signal, and you are not in an interior room, you should do the following: This information is displayed in HP Connection Manager.
If you have the wrong provider, click the Mobile Broadband tab, HP 2000-320CA Connection Manager settings, and then click Select Provider. Choose your current cellular provider from the list of providers. See the section titled Create a profile and connect to an unlisted cellular provider on this page.
A non-activated S card will not show any network signal strength status. If the signal strength is still low, check with your cellular provider to verify that there are no antenna or profile issues.
Viewing the Internet connections and strength Click Mobile Broadband to display the status of your broadband connection. Displaying the status of your broadband connection Connecting to Wireless Network To connect wirelessly, press the Wireless button on the computer. It turns blue and the Connection Manager displays changes.
HP 2000-320CA Connection Manager
Connecting to a wireless network Connecting to a Wired Network To connect HP 2000-320CA Connection Manager a wired connection, connect the Ethernet cable and the Connection Manager display changes as follows: Connecting to a wired network Connecting to a Bluetooth device If a Bluetooth device is within range, Connection Manager will automatically connect.
Connecting to a Bluetooth device You are now connected to the Internet. Setting Preferences Click Preferences to customize the application.
The following settings are available: Supports videoconferencing non-HD and still image capture. High quality fixed focus lens. M-JPEG compression supports higher frame rates for video capture and videoconferencing.
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Improved low light sensitivity. Broadband Wireless WWAN requires a Windows operating system and is available in select countries as a standard, factory configurable feature only.
Integrated Bluetooth is also available factory configurable only and can be combined with any of the supported wireless LAN and wireless WAN options.