iPhones and the internet

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robhon

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Not a penny more than you already pay. It should just be like logging in with another computer.
 

ebrunn

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looks like I'm gonna have to change my hashed 256 binary bit [FONT=Verdana,Arial,Helvetica,Sans-Serif,MS Sans Serif]63 ASCII character WPA password to something a little more easier to type in my iPhone.:laugh2:[/FONT]
 

robhon

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I think you'd only have to do that once. With my wifi network my computer remembers (or the base station remembers) that "I'm cool" and lets me in without entering my PW everytime. Isn't that the way Apple networks work?
 

ebrunn

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I think you'd only have to do that once. With my wifi network my computer remembers (or the base station remembers) that "I'm cool" and lets me in without entering my PW everytime. Isn't that the way Apple networks work?
I would be too lazy even to type that long string in even once:laugh2:

Yeah, I just burned a blank cd with a word doc of my key and I just put that in my mac book and copy pasted it to the keychain manager in OSX. You can click remember password and you never have to worry about it again.

I hope the iPhone had some central clipboard so I could maybe email it to myself and copy paste it that way. Who knows.