Networks can be identified by hovering over the circles: an access point is identified by its name (ESSID); a mesh-portal point is identified by its channel number (1, 6, or 11).
You can also search for an access point by name in the search bar at the top of the page.
If for some reason the connection failed, the circle will stop blinking.
Sometimes it is necessary to try several times before the connection is established If the access point requires a key, you will be prompted.
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Once the connection is established, the outside of the circle will turn white.
Networks that are locked are identified by a badge.
To activate your network connection, click once inside the circle that corresponds to your chosen access point.
(If the attempt to connect fails, the circle will stop blinking, but the rim will not turn white.
Try again—it sometimes takes 2–3 tries to connect.) You will be prompted if the access point requires a key.