Zoarb wrote:Does not seem to work with dashes in the network name.
Hmmm, strange. Just tested it and it worked fine for me. Added a dummy network with a dash in it and checked to make sure it was added correctly, and it was. You must have done something wrong.
Entirely possible. I'm wondering if it had to do with something specific in my network setup. I know that I tried to do it before moving, and after moving, and nothing seemed to work. This seemed to be the problem with a friend of mine as well. He removed the dash in his network name, and it fixed the issue. Although we have the exact same internet setup, so I'm wondering if it's just something specific to our internet provider (Charter). Granted, I know you've had so much more experience with this type of stuff, so we may have both just kind of goofed on something, and we accidentally fixed it while changing the name of the network (the name change part being ultimately unrelated, but still coinciding with what may have fixed it).
Also, both times I lived in an apartment complex, so when I tried to display the network names I would get way too many, and could not scroll through them all to find the one that was specifically mine. So it is 100% possible that the dash added some character that I could not see, and therefore I was putting in the incorrect name as seen by the network. Either way, love your work PC. As well as your PSO streams.