Your favourite air fills at The Scuba Doctor now come with complimentary Wi-Fi. Share your dive reports and photos with friends on social media, or check email while you wait for your airfill.
Customers at The Scuba Doctor, south of Melbourne in Rye on the Mornington Peninsula, can now access the Internet using their mobile phones, tablets or laptops at no charge. So grab a soft drink, tea or coffee and settle in to our Diver's Lounge and log on! Just one more thing to love about The Scuba Doctor.
How do I connect?
You need a Wi-Fi (802.11b/g) enabled device.
Most newer laptops have built-in Wi-Fi capabilities. Older versions may require a separate Wi-Fi card, which you can purchase at most larger electronics retailers. Any chip or card that has been certified for compliance with the Wi-Fi wireless LAN standard (IEE 802.11b) can be used.
More and more PDAs, mobile phones and smart phones are now Wi-Fi enabled. A manufacturer or service provider can help you identify these devices.
Connecting is simple: When in the The Scuba Doctor dive shop store, just turn on your computer (or PDA), select 'ScubaDoc' from the available wireless networks and enter the access password.
What's the password?
For security reasons we'll be changing the Wi-Fi access password regularly. Just ask us for the current one when you want to logon to the Wi-Fi hotspot.
If you've set your device to automatically connect when in range and it's not connecting, it may be because we've changed the password. So just ask for the new one, and then enter it.