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Problems accessing wireless/wired Internet, probably Ip address problems

Q: Problems accessing wireless/wired Internet, probably Ip address problems

I have a Dell Inspiron 8600 running Windows XP. The Wireless adapter is an Intel PRO/Wireless LAN 2100 3A Mini PCI Adapter. The wired adapter is Broadcom 440x 10/100 Integrated Controller. The router is a Netgear 54 mbps Wireless Router model WGR614 v6.

Here's my situation: Anytime I try to connect to the internet, I get stuck with "Limited or no connectivity". When I scroll over the wireless icon to see what the problem is, it seems to be stuck on acquiring network address. Every other time this has happened to me, I simply reset my modem and router and *poof* it was fixed. This time it didn't work. i tried repairing the connection, I tried using "ipconfig" in the command prompt to release and renew my IP address, still, nothing. I tried connecting my computer directly to the modem via LAN, and it had the same problems.

I'm fairly certain it isn't the modem or the router, because all the other computers in my house are accessing the internet just fine (like the one I'm using now). We don't have encryption or any other different settings on our router. It seems to be something with my computer, since I can't connect either by LAN or wireless. I checked the device manager, nothing is problematic.

When I check the Wireless Network Connection Status, I see that (at this moment) 550 packets were sent, 0 received. When I look at my Network Connection details, it says my IP address is, my subnet mask is and my default Gateway is When I look at my router settings through this computer, I can see that the problem computer is not listed as an attached device.

I hope this is enough information. I'm out of ideas, and I've been looking through the internet to try to find more advice, but I figured I might as well try posting here. Any ideas?

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A: Problems accessing wireless/wired Internet, probably Ip address problems

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I've read the many posts about wired/wireless problems involving Windows 7 and Realtek PCIe NICs.

Here's what worked for me.

I have an HP TouchSmart notebook with Windows 7 Premium connected to a Belkin Router (through a switch). Wireless worked fine, but I wanted a cable connection (twice the speed.) I kept getting the endless "Identifying..." message, followed by No Internet Access. Went through all the driver tips, Bonjour removal, regedits, static IP addresses...spent about a week. It obsessed me.

Then I happened to open the DHCP client list on the router page and noticed the HP appeared TWICE.

With two different MAC addresses!

Eureka! That was it. I'm using MAC address filtering on the router, and the wireless port has a different MAC address than the wired port. I had entered the address only for the wireless port (assuming it represented the entire machine.) Once I entered the MAC address for the wired port, both (obviously) worked.

I noticed a lot of people trying many exotic things to fix the problem -- it might be nothing more exotic than this. Moral: beware your computer's secret identity.

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This is my first post here, and it's quite a puzzling issue. It's a long story so I'll try to summarize it as best as I can.
Basically, the problem is that I can't access websites for the most part from my desktop PC, connected wirelessly to my Comcast Wireless Gateway (modem/router combined), but only when I'm on the second floor of my house. My Wireless Gateway is located on the first floor, only about ten or so feet away from being directly underneath the office where my PC is located. So it's basically only got one floor to get the signal through. Now, Windows shows my wireless signal as being really strong, usually at least four if not five bars out of five. Most of the time I try to open any website like cnn.com, facebook.com, etc. the browser spins and spins, trying to connect, until it finally times out and says "This webpage is not available" (for Chrome), or the variant message for any of the other major browsers. Occasionally, I will be able to connect to a site, maybe after rebooting, but usually only one page will open, and then I can't open any other pages after that. There are some extremely odd contradictory behaviors and other significant points surrounding this issue that I will basically list for easy reference:
I brought my PC down to the first floor and connected directly to the Wireless Gateway (WG) via ethernet cable and internet worked great.
I then downloaded a few hundred MB worth of Windows updates, since I had recently rei... Read more

A:Wireless internet issues - major problems accessing websites

I'm pretty embarrassed to say it, but my joy to express that I've solved this problem is overriding my embarrassment, and also I would feel bad if I checked again and someone had responded to my novel of a post, but the issue has been resolved.
The culprit:  A metal filing cabinet
I had placed a short metal filing cabinet next to my PC tower, in between my tower and my desk, in order to place my second monitor onto. Well, apparently even though it wasn't on the side that would be closest to the router, it was causing enough interference to nearly completely shut down my internet access. I can't believe it.

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I have a belkin wireless/wired router, and it's really starting to stress me out. I have the wireless part working just fine, all my wireless computers connect to each other/the internet just fine. BUT, my wired computer is not connecting to the internet at all, but the DHCP is still assigning it an IP address and the computer thinks everything is fine. When I click on Internet Explorer, it says that the page cannot be displayed. It's driving me mad, can anyone help?

A:Belkin Router, Wireless and Wired... Wired Problems...

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Windows 7 Home Premium 64 bit. Kaspersky Internet Security 2013. Actiontec GT742WG. I lost internet connection a couple of weeks ago so powercycled my modem. Since then I've had nothing but network problems. The above computer is ethernet wired to my modem and I have a wireless network for a couple of other computers and 2 Droid phones. I haven't been on the other 2 computers for some time and haven't changed any settings etc. They do have a wireless connection though that I recently checked. I keep getting an unidentified public network intermittently so I use the windows troubleshooter to check for problems and fix them. I have some screenshots attached. Can someone please help me. Thank you...

A:Wired and Wireless Network Problems

Ok, I've seen this before with the DNS showing a valid DNS IP but also a default gateway of which usually indicates there is another router or a modem/router and then your access point.

Can you confirm if this is true or not?

If there is only one router then you need to define 2 DNS IP addresses in your routers set up page, as it appears now you seem to have one DNS server typed into your IPv4 properties?

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Hi there folks, have been having the following problems for a few days now, hoping ya'll can help!

Tenda W300D Wireless N Router connected to Plus.net broadband
1 XP PC, wired
1 Vista PC, wired & wireless
1 Vista Laptop, wired & wireless
1 Xbox 360, wireless

Am experiencing the following....

Vista PC will connect to the router (local and internet) wired for a short time, but after a while or when I restart it drops out and says Local connection only. At this point vista seems to think I am at least on the network, however I cannot access any router settings or any other items on the network.

I can do a factory reset of the router, and re-input my ISP settings, it will then allow me to connect wired again and give me access to the router settings etc, but only until next time I turn off.

I get similar problems when using wireless to connect or when using the Vista Laptop. XP PC however, stays connected fine. Allows me to access router settings ( at any time.

Have been doing a bit of research and tried the following:
-turned off IPv6 on using the tick box in network connections>properties
-turning off my firewall
-updating router firmware
-updating both network adapter drivers
-using alternative network adapter drivers (vista seems to think it knows best but have tried both the drivers it uses automatically and the original manufacturer drivers)
-losing my temper and leaving it for a few hours!
Here is the ipconfig /all for the vista ... Read more

A:Connection Problems on Wired & Wireless Connections...

After updating router firmware it is good practice, and sometimes necessary to reset it to factory default settings and reconfigure it.

Many Vista networking problems are driver related so download and install the latest available driver for each of your network adapters.

This is my preferred order for finding drivers:

1. PC manufacturer's web site, [I expect this will suffice for the laptop]
2. Motherboard manufacturer's web site,
3. Device manufacturer's web site, [I do not expect you'll have to go below this for the desktop]
4. A "drivers" site, such as DriverGuide,
5. Anywhere you can find one that might work,
6. Let Device Manager try to find one.
7. Use Windows Update.

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I have the following setup:

Actiontec Q1000 modem from Qwest setup as wireless access point
D-Link DIR-615 router setup as a wireless access point without the DHCP server and plugged in directly to the Q1000

I have a Toshiba Satellite A205-S5864 with an Intel 3945ABG wifi card with the latest drivers from Intel. When I'm connected wirelessly to the Q1000 I can't see any of the other wired devices but can see other wireless devices. If I connect wired to the Q1000 I can see all devices. However, if I connect to the DIR-615 wirelessly, I can see everything fine as well. I'm even getting the same DHCP lease from both wireless access points.

I have network discovery on, password protected file sharing off, firewall off and unneeded network services turned off (IPv6, etc).

When I can't see the wired devices this includes ping, http, ssh and samba.

A:Wireless/Wired problems with internal network

Dual router set ups aren't recommended unless you like inconsistant networks that are plagued with problems.

The way you have this set up now will only cause you problems. Go with a standard modem, not a combo unit, then use your same router and turn back on all networking services including IPv6.

The Argument against Disabling IPv6
It is unfortunate that some organizations disable IPv6 on their computers running Windows Vista or Windows Server 2008, where it is installed and enabled by default. Many disable IPv6-based on the assumption that they are not running any applications or services that use it. Others might disable it because of a misperception that having both IPv4 and IPv6 enabled effectively doubles their DNS and Web traffic. This is not true.
From Microsoft's perspective, IPv6 is a mandatory part of the Windows operating system and it is enabled and included in standard Windows service and application testing during the operating system development process. Because Windows was designed specifically with IPv6 present, Microsoft does not perform any testing to determine the effects of disabling IPv6. If IPv6 is disabled on Windows Vista, Windows Server 2008, or later versions, some components will not function. Moreover, applications that you might not think are using IPv6—such as Remote Assistance, HomeGroup, DirectAccess, and Windows Mail—could be.
Therefore, Microsoft recommends that you leave IPv6 enabled, even if you do not have an IPv6-enabl... Read more

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Problem solved after updating to Win 10

it started two days ago, every now and then i start getting one of these errors (or all of them) :

the most frequent one is :


When this one appears, google searches still works (from the address bar) but i can't open any websites, including google.com or youtube.com

then there is :


This one happens with certain websites, like speedtest.net, actually it is happening right now while am righting this post and google and eightForums and other websites works perfectly

Also sometimes the internet in the browser is completely down, nothing works while skype & dropbox and steam are still working, and sometimes nothing works.

Like i said this happens with wireless and wired network.

I am sure that my internet and my router are fine since i tested it with 5 devices (win7 laptop, ubuntu laptop, macbook, Android smarthone and an iPhone)

Also i just want to say that my internet in this pc has become very slow, while in other devices it's constant 8mb/s.

I am trying to update the pc to win10 at the moment and it's been 2 hours and the download is only 2% ...

I tried netsh winsock rese and restarted the pc and the router and the problem still persist.
I turned off completely my anti-virus (avast free) and all other security services from Microsoft and still couldn't find a solution for this.

I have a dou... Read more

A:wireless & wired network problems, How to diagnose it ?

Did you reboot the Internet equipment?

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First timer, so help me along gently....hahahha. Here's how it goes: I have 3 home computers running on cable with router.hub. I wanted to add a WIRELESS ROUTER to this setup, so I can run the laptop all over the house. No need to wireless the other computers, here's the sad story...loooking for some info on how to get it to connect to internet. All computers are working except the laptop..lights blink,etc...appears to be running ok, just won't connnect. Hope I didn't miss any steps..here's what I did:

Cable modem connected to LINKSYS BEFSR-41 ROUTER/HUB, took one of the open ports to the UPLINK port of LINKSYS EZXS55W 5 PORT SWITCH ( I want to add other computers later), then I took port 1 to the internet plug on a LINKSYS WIRELESS G WRT54GS. I have a DLINK AIRPLUS DWL-G630 card in my laptop. It shows the wireless connection, when I right click on the task bar it gives INTERNET CONNECTION and also LAN/HIGH SPEED CONNECTION. I cannot connect to the internet. What DO i need to do?

A:Problems with wireless routerand wired on same network

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I'm new to the forum. =)

As the title says, I'm having problems networking my laptop (using wireless) and my wired desktops.
All are on the same workgroup, and have unique computer names.
My wired desktops can see each other.
My laptop, using the wireless connection, is unable to communicate with either desktop. I can't ping the desktops by name from my laptop or their ip addresses.
I have a DSL connection, and all computers connect through the same connection.
All computers are running on XP by the way, and all have no problems connecting to the internet.
The wired desktop computers are connected to a hub. My wireless router (linksys wrt54G I think it's called) is also connected to the hub by a cat5 cable (the cable is plugged into one of the ports on the hub, and connects to the "internet" port on the router). My wireless network is using WPA-PSK (I think it's called) with TKIP.
I have tried to ditch the hub altogether by connecting everything to my router, because I thought maybe having the hub there was causing my troubles.
However, connecting everything to the router only provided a temporary solution. First, all computers could be seen from all three computers in 'view workgroup computers' for a VERY short period (like 5 minutes) - then, one of my desktops & my laptop were unable to communicate. Pinging did not work, even. Second, my wireless connection stopped working after a very short period (my laptop could not rec... Read more

A:problems networking wireless laptop and two wired desktops

So, do I understand this correctly: your DSL modem is connected to a hub, and to the hub you have 2 computers and the WAN (Internet) port of a wireless router? And you get 3 public IP addresses from your ISP?

If that's right, I guess it would work if you just used the router as a switch and wireless access point by disabling its Dhcp server and connecting the hub to a router LAN port (using a cross-over cable unless either port is auto-sensing). I still don't understand PPP, so if there's anything you are setting in your wired PCs for that, you'll have to do the same sort of thing for the wireless.

Are you paying extra for multiple IPs?

Why not just lose the hub and connect the modem directly to the router and all PCs to that?

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I am running a hp dv9927cl laptop and I have been running Windows 7 for a while. One day all of a sudden I can no longer make a connection to the internet with my wired connection. The wireless works fine and can connection to the internet. While my wired connection pulls and ip can connect and transfer files from any computer on the network, however it can not do anything in an internet browser. I can also do an nslookup and it resolves an address.


A:Wired Internet Problems

can you ping www.google.com on your wired connection. Browsing is all about DNS have you tried ipconfig /flushdns and then ipconfig /registerdns. Run from command prompt as administrator.

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Let me start off by saying I am very much not computer savy so if anyone can help, please keep that in mind with your responses and speak slooowwwly and clearlllly

I have two computer in seperate rooms of the house, both are laptops, and I have Verizon Fios. We have a router from verizon, and connecting the two computers using an ethernet cable. Up until recently everything was fine, but tonight, one computer will connect to the internet , the other will not. The cords are all hooking in fine, i show lights at connection points on the router, the cord used on the non working computer is new and I am able to go on xbox live with it. It is something wrong with the computer itself.
Any help? do I have some sort of virus, or did some setting go wacky?
I appreciate any and all advice. Thanks in advance!!

A:wired internet problems

would you post an ipconfig /all from the working machine and then do the same on the non-working machine (you will have to save and copy the results to the working PC using a thumbdrive, USB stick, or CD)
{ipconfig /all}
If you cannot access the internet with this PC, then you will need to paste the results into something like notepad and then copy onto a machine that can access the internet and post results here
We would like to see the results from ipconfig /all post back the results here
-> Start
-> (XP - enter the following in the RUN box)
cmd /k ipconfig /all
-> (Vista or Windows 7 - enter the following in the Search box)
cmd /k ipconfig /all

A black box will appear on the screen -
rightclick in the box
select all
control key + C key - to copy

then reply here and
control key + V to paste

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I have a medium-sized network spread across several rooms that I am having some issues with. The main Gateway to the internet is a Linksys BEFW11S version 4. It is wired to Computer 4, Computer 3(wireless), a Netgear EN104 4-port hub, and the cable modem. The EN104 is wired to Computer 1, Computer 2, a Netgear 5-port switch, and uplinked to the BEFW11S. The 5-port switch is connected to a Playstation 2, X-Box, Computer 5, a Konica-Minolta network printer, and uplinked to the EN104. Still with me? ;P

Anyhow, what I am having difficulty with is the other end of the network. Specifically, this other portion consists of another X-box and two other computers. The problem is they are all positioned so as to make anything but wireless connection to the rest of the network impossible. I am trying to accomplish this without spending any additional money if it is possible. The remaining networking hardware that I have to spare is another EN104 and a Linksys WET11. I was wondering what the best way to make this happen would be? I tried uplinking the 2nd EN104 to the WET11 and running the three thru the EN104 but had no luck. The BEFW11S has DHCP enabled if that matters, and all connections are set to have IP addys assigned to them dynamically. Any thoughts or suggestions how to get this thing up and running would be greatly appreciated. Thanks in advance!

A:Linksys/Netgear Wired/wireless setup(WET11) problems...


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Ok.. bare with me.. this will be long and might make your head hurt.

The situation: My laptop has two network cards, they are both in use. My wired nic is connected
to my office, my wireless is connected to my personal wifi connection. I'm ccna/mcse certified and
know a bit about these things. In theory using two nics shouldn't create so many problems, the routing
table should sort itself out using metrics. In reality its a bit more complicated, and the more I
test the more it seems there must be other variables involved. I wish there was an app to assist with
this, manually messing with my routing table is getting annoying. Anyways, here is what happens when
I turn both cards on:

( IP 192.168.97 = WIRELESS, INTERFACE #16 )

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The title might be a little misleading. I connected a new HP multi-function printer to my wireless router via a wired connection. I followed the instructions and the printer is working fine. The problem is a very short time later my phone, laptop and Wii were disconnected from the wireless network and will not reconnect. Wii support says that a connection cannot be established because the router will not assign an IP address to it.Prior to connecting the printer, I've never had any problems connecting via a wireless connection with as many devices as I could possibly connect to it (phones, laptops, iPods, etc). There's also been a desktop connected to the router via wire prior to and after the printer was connected.
Any suggestions?

A:Network printer wired connection to wireless router problems

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Hi there -

I have FIOS and, with three laptops that are wireless. I have lots of other wireless devices as well (iPads, sonos, etc...)

My three laptops are Dells with Windows 7 and Intel Centrino 1030N wireless cards. The dell laptops all have started dropping the internet connection, while the other devices are fine. They have connection to the network, but say limited connectivity and do not give me access to the internet unless I reboot the router (which is the standard FIOS combined modem/router). When I do, I can access it on the laptops for 15-30 min, but then they lose it.

I can plug the laptops directly into the router and they access it fine.

My family is about to disown me,,,can anyone help?

A:Problems accessing internet

Make sure you have the latest wireless driver from Dell's web site.

If you can, make sure you have the latest firmware for the router and then reset it to factory default settings and reconfigure it.

For one of the laptops ...

Please attach a screen shot of the Networks page (don't collapse the Radar, Connection or Signal History) of the Xirrus Wi-Fi Inspector. If you need help with that see TSG Posting a Screenshot. FWIW to take screen shots with Windows 7 or Vista I prefer to use the built-in Snipping Tool.

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Iam facing problems in accessing internet. Last week my system was being affected by various viruses,malwares,trojans,hacking tools,spams etc. Because of this my system had became total slow. And total internet browsing was stopped. None of the sites were opening. It always says page cant be displayed.

After that i installed Panda Internet Security 2008 and thanks to PANDA it has detected and eliminated all viruses,trojans, spams etc. Now my system is working quite fast. But iam facing a peculiar problem in web browsing. The problem is like this if i write the address of any site in address bar like http://www.gmail.com or http://www.oracle.com etc. i can able to access all the websites. But if iam trying to search any websites through GOOGLE search, YAHOO search or from any search engines.. It is not giving me any result.. Its always showing in working state and no results are coming..

At present there is no more virus in my system. Regularily i am updating PANDA and scanning. I have restored all the default values for internet explorer. Even i went for SFC /scannow to check if any problem with windows file. But not able to do anything with that..

Please help me out to get a proper solution..

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We just got new Windows 2000 computers at our workstations, but didn't need to upgrade our Windows NT file server. MS Outlook98 was re-installed on these workstation PC's and now when I try to check for email, I get an error saying it cannot find my POP3 server, which I'm sure is typed in correctly.

There is a modem connected to the file server, and previously Outlook would check and receive e-mail every 30 minutes by going thru that modem.

Our computer guy checked over our Outlook settings and can't find anything. Is there anything in Windows 2000 that needs to be "tweaked?" We tried adding a new dial-up connection using a local modem at my computer, that worked. Why doesn't access thru the LAN work anymore?

A:Problems accessing internet thru LAN

If I'm reading correctly, it sounds like the workstations on your network access they internet through connection that's made by your NT server?

So the NT Server dials out the internet through the modem, and then your workstations use that connection to go out and get email from a remote POP3 server? Is that correct?

Did your workstations just use the internet access that the NT server provided for email or did you do web browsing?

First place to check is the NT server. Check and see if IT can access the internet at all through the modem. If so, then the problem is between the workstations and the server. Most likely the TCPIP setting in Windows 2000 are not setup correctly. Windows 2000 needs to know that it can access the internet through the NT server...

I hope this makes sense. Without knowing the specifics of your setup, its hard to make any exact suggestions.

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XP Home
Netgear Router DG834G
Netgear wireless card WG511
No internet security
Previous installation of FreeServe IE

My friend is having difficulty connecting to the internet. He used to have dial-up with wannadoo/ freeserve until last night when he wanted to get his wireless broadband setup working .He connects through the router to a 1Mbps line.

The wireless connection is established for two reasons. 1) It is green at the bottom on the task bar, and 2) I can ping the router no problem at all. Ping works fine with the returns ok etc.

Yesterday I deleted the network bridge that he had and messed around with some settings in explorer.
Internet Options -> Connections -> LAN settings-> Proxy server (checked the box) -> Advanced (cleared everything. There was some stuff in there about www-freeserve.proxy but as he was no longer connecting or using this service I got rid of it all and it worked ok)

His connection worked ok and it was fine.

Today he cannot connect. In the task bar however, it says that the internet connection is established, and in Network connections the gateway is up and running. He says that he was downloading Norton Antivirus from the site when all of a sudden it stopped working. I have uninstalled all of the new stuff he has downloaded but to no avail.

However, I cannot find what is preventing him from accessing the net. I have messed around with no success. The Internet Connection wizard is as much use as a c... Read more

A:Accessing Internet - Problems

First go to Start -> Run, then type cmd and hit enter...

run ipconfig /all and post what it displays.

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I recently reformatted my computer because I noticed it was bogged down, and my internet was refusing to work correctly. I did a full format of the hard drive and reinstalled windows. Immediatley after installing windows, I disconnected my internet connection and proceded to install ZoneAlarm, and XP SP2 from a portable hard disk. After I had these installed i reconnected my internet.
It was then that I noticed that windows update was being stubborn. It would only download certain patches/updates (namely those that were under 1mb) and the others, it just got stuck downloading. Thats not the only problem, as 90% of my downloads from Firefox fail too. (It downloads to around 2-300 KB and then it freezes.) Its not my internet connection, as all the other computers on the network are fine and have no problems. I tried disabling my firewall from ZoneAlarm and it still didnt work. I'm not quite sure what the problem is, because my BitTorrent Program seems to be able to connect fine, and everything in Firefox and Explorer loads slow, or fails to load at all. (Yes i did disable Bittorrent while I used my browser so thats not the issue.) I'm not quite sure what to do, as my antivirus scan and antispyware scan from zonealarm comes clean, and when there are issues, zonelabs usually has them flagged as medium-low risk, and they are cleaned up immediatley.

To basically sum up the issue:

-Windows update doesn't work
-My internet is really selective in which files it decid... Read more

A:Problems Accessing internet

Your log is clean. If you formatted and reinstalled windows...your issue is not malware related. Maybe ask your question in XP forum...as this sounds like an update issue with XP and Microsoft update page..which they have a host of articles about on the MS site.

Since your seeing download issues on both IE and Firefox I would not rule out a network connection issue either.

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My brother's computer is having problems accessing the internet.
We run Windows XP, and I can't get access the 'net over Firefox or IE.
There's no firewall, and we use a wireless connection.
The funny thing is that the wireless network we use is still active - I can access his files and vice-versa. Plus, my computer still has internet access.

I'm running a virus scan right now on, with Norton Antivirus 2006 - but I wanted to see if you guys had any ideas as to what it might be.

A:Problems Accessing Internet

Okay, virus scan finished, caught some, but still no internet access. Any ideas?

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My system overheated and automatically shut off due to dust lodged in the fan and vents.'Upon cleaning the laptop, all networking capability (wired and wireless) were lost.I have deleted the network adapters and drivers, and reinstalled them.Ran windows update. Installed manufacturer specific drivers. Cards do appear in the device manager with a yellow arrow next to them.A USB wireless network adapter worked for a short time, then would only connect with limited connectivity but still shows the network connections available. The internal wired and wireless network adapters show no available connections.Completed stumped if this is a hardware (motherboard) issue or software issue.Any help or insight greatly appreciated.Thank You!

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OK, so here's my issue. My hard-wired internet connection has been randomly disconnecting and reconnecting at the most inopportune times for a little over 2 weeks now. It does this all the time. 2 computers on the network were having a IP-address conflict but I fixed this and the problems still persisted. If it helps any I am running Windows Vista Home Prem. SP2 with all drivers/software up to date.

Any help will be much appreciated

If it helps, here is the "ipconfig /all"

Microsoft Windows [Version 6.0.6002]
Copyright (c) 2006 Microsoft Corporation. All rights reserved.

C:\Users\paul>ipconfig /all

Windows IP Configuration

Host Name . . . . . . . . . . . . : owner-PC
Primary Dns Suffix . . . . . . . :
Node Type . . . . . . . . . . . . : Hybrid
IP Routing Enabled. . . . . . . . : No
WINS Proxy Enabled. . . . . . . . : No

Ethernet adapter Local Area Connection* 14:

Media State . . . . . . . . . . . : Media disconnected
Connection-specific DNS Suffix . : hshld.com
Description . . . . . . . . . . . : Anchorfree HSS Adapter
Physical Address. . . . . . . . . : 00-FF-91-8A-EE-C6
DHCP Enabled. . . . . . . . . . . : Yes
Autoconfiguration Enabled . . . . : Yes

Ethernet adapter Local Area Connection:

Media State . . . . . . . . . . . : Media disconnected
Connection-specific DNS Suffix . :
Description . . . . . . . . . . . : Realtek RTL8168B/8111B Family PCI-E Gigabit Ethernet NIC (NDIS 6... Read more

A:Hard-Wired Internet Problems

That ipconfig shows nothing is connected . . are you connecting wired or wireless?

Lets take a peek at your network environment, ignore the wireless instruction if you are not using wireless . .


Power Cycle everything . . Turn off the Modem, router and all pc's . . turn on the Modem and wait a few minutes for the lights to stabilize . . then turn on the router, then one pc at a time. See if you connect to the internet.


Remove all the stored wireless network profiles and search for the network again.

How to Remove Stored Wireless Network Profiles for XP, Vista, and Windows 7

Then: check your browser's settings, remove any proxy settings if found here's how.


with the pc connected to the router, Click on Start . . Run . . type CMD

At the > prompt type type the following command: IPCONFIG /ALL

Note that there is a space before the /ALL, but there is NOT a space after the / in the following command.

Right click in the command window and choose Select All, then hit Enter. Come back here and Paste the results in a message.

If you are on a machine with no network connection, use a floppy, USB drive, or a CD-R disk to transfer a text file with the information to allow pasting it here.

then please Download and run this Xirrus Wi-Fi Inspector, click the Networks link on the upper left and paste a screen shot of that screen here. Note that this application requires NET Framework to run. If you get... Read more

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I am a UK student living in student halls in France. I arrived a week and a half ago and I've had problems with the internet ever since I arrived. The connection here is via an ethernet cable.

When I arrived I had no internet but the office assured me this was due to routine maintenance. After a couple of days I went back and asked if I could try another cable. I tried this new cable but to no avail.

Therefore it seemed it was my computer that was the problem because everyone else in the building seemed to have a normal connection. To test this I invited a fellow student to plug the cable into their computer. As with me, their computer received no internet connection.

So I assumed it must be a problem with the connection in the room. I have called twice and the office has called on my behalf once to call out a technician but I cannot be sure if anyone has come to try to fix it.

What is interesting is that approximately 4 days ago, I did in fact get a connection to the internet via the cable which lasted about an hour before going again. The next day, I got another connection this time for about 30 minutes before stopping. The day after I had no connection all day and then yesterday I had a connection for about 5 hours until it went again. This morning I have woken to find no connection again. A couple of days ago I asked to try a 3rd cable just in case but the situation has remained the same: no internet connection!

My question to you guys is: Is there anything at m... Read more

A:How to fix wired internet connection problems?

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I use windows XP and have currently started having problems w/ the internet not opening pages fully. For example I cannot get into my yahoo email acct. because it never opens the page. Any suggestions or info would be appreciated.

A:Problems w/ accessing internet pages

Do you have a software firewall?

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Hi guys/girls,
Please can you help me out.
I have just bought a new Acer laptop with Windows 7, I am not great with laptops and troubleshooting.

I tried pugging in the wire connection and it does not connect.

When I troubleshoot I get the message does't have a valid IP addresss (zes i have restarted the modem) It is fine on this laptop I am susing now.
I ran the IPconfig/all and it does not show an IP address (please don't get too technical on me I just saw how to do this on a similar thread) I tried attaching it to this thread.

It is basically full of 0000's

Please can someone tell me the steps from when I plug the internet cable in how I connect, it's driving me up the wall.

Thanks, Tom

A:Problems accessing the Internet with new laptop

Make sure you don't have mac address filtering turned on in your router.

The reason that your physical address is blank is probably due to a driver issue. You should reinstall your network drivers.

If that doesn't work, you could set a mac address yourself...

Only do this if you know the real address of your card
You would do so via this method:

1. Control Pane > Device Manager > Right click your Network (Ethernet) Adapter > Properties > Advanced > Network Address > Put a Value such as "8817E890E20A" in the text box. > OK

Now run another ipconfig /all to confirm that the Physical Adress has changed.


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I am having strange problems with my set up. I have a Packard Bell with a core 2 duo Intel processor and 4 gb of ram and 2 hard drives each 250 gb.
What seems to be happening is that ever since I installed SP1 windows can't connect to the internet to get up dates. I can browse ok with Firefox to any other website, and my email is working fine. I have also found that itunes can't connect to the Itunes store, however if I connect my Iphone to my wifes PC which is running XP but uses the same wireless router that can connect. Lastly I now can't log in to my router if I type the Ip address directly into Firefox. I am running Kapersky as my antivirus. Any help would be appreciated. I have tried looking at the firewall exceptions but they seem to be fine, i am getting very frustrated with Vista at the moment, which is a shame as in all other respects I quite like it.
Thanks in advance.
Garth Jupp (juppy)

A:Problems accessing some parts of the internet

Can you web surf with IE? My laptop recently had this problem where Win Update would not connect and neither would IE. HP tech support suggested I make up a new user account and try doing it with that. That worked for me. Not the most pleasant work around, but it got the updates. Just tonight I noticed Win Update works again, so maybe one of the updates fixed the problem.

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I've just taken a day to uninstall Mcafee security centre and have tried to revert to VCom NetDefense firewall and virus scanner. Now I can't access the internet without switching the firewall off. I've tried uninstalling VCom and using Sygate, and still getting the same problem.
I have a dimension Dell 9150, running XP service pack 2, broadband, with a router.
Can anyone help?
Many thanks.

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For work I has a Imation USB that is required. With your earlier help, I was able to boot to the USB. It just took flipping a couple of software settings. The Imation effectively takes over control of the laptop. The problem I am having is that the laptop cannot see any wireless network adapters when using the Imation. Plugging it into the router directly makes no difference. Additionally I notice when using the wired adapter, on the laptop, without the imation usb, that the laptop is not recognizing the wired connection. Imation does still recognize the old laptops network wireless connections and functions correction. My Company's IT people think its due to the lap of 64 bit software. When going into network adapters file folder its not seeing anything. So I need your help to allow the Imation access to the Lenonvo's wired or wireless adapters. Again I suspect lenovo standard settings (there for security I presume) are stopping me. Thanks

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We have two new (one year old) desktops wired to a wireless/wired router and have done so for a year. Now, one computer has internet access and the other we cannot. We have spent hours with our internet provider, Road Runner, but to no avail. Can someone assist? Thanks

A:Accessing The Internet With Wired Router

Alright, I just want to confirm your setup here. How are your two comptuers connected - wired or wireless? Please also let us know which one is the one that is not working.

For the one that is not working, is it a mac or running windows? If windows, which version?

Finally, what happens when you try to access the internet? Do you just get a "page cannot be displayed" message or do you get something different? As well, are you able to access with some programs but not others (like email or a chat program works, but the web browser does not)?

Let us know, and we will take it from there.

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i need some help. i have two computers coneected with a microsoft router. The host computer is working fine. However, the client computer will not allow me to go online. i have tried to manually configure the ip address, and have tried to automatically configure it. Neither works. i have tried to adjust the lan settings and it did not work either. when i automatically configure the ip address, it comes up with a 169.xxx.xxx.xx number which i know is invalid. some one told me that if i clone the numbers from the host, except add a one to the last number, that it should work. i do not know what he means by the last number. i have tried to ipconfig the host and the client, and have tried to ping them both. nothing is working. i was also told that if you disable WPA, and just go with WEP without the network key that it will work. i am at a complete loss, and do not know what else to do. any help will be greatly appeciated.


A:problems with my ip address on my wireless network

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It seems that something is affecting my Internet Explorer. I haven't had any problems with this before. When I manually type in a URL it takes a minute or two to go to the page. IF I use a link from the same site saved as a bookmark the site loads instantly. I was able at one point to configure my firewall (Zone Alarm Pro) by forcing all programs to ask permission to access the Internet. One by one each program made the request. I then launched IE and my homepage came up. When I typed in an URL a program asked permission to access the Internet and I blocked it and the browser reacted normally by going to the requested URL. That doesn't work anymore.

Logfile of HijackThis v1.99.0
Scan saved at 7:32:26 AM, on 12/29/2005
Platform: Windows XP SP2 (WinNT 5.01.2600)
MSIE: Internet Explorer v6.00 SP2 (6.00.2900.2180)

Running processes:
C:\Program Files\Ahead\InCD\InCDsrv.exe
C:\Program Files\Alwil Software\Avast4\aswUpdSv.exe
C:\Program Files\Alwil Software\Avast4\ashServ.exe
C:\Program Files\UPHClean\uphclean.exe
C:\Program Files\Ahead\InCD\InCD.exe
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A:Problems with Internet Explorer accessing sites...HJT log included Tks

That log looks perdy good, lets try looking deeper.

Please perform an online scan with Internet Explorer with

Kaspersky WebScanner

Next Click on Kaspersky Online Scanner

You will be prompted to install an ActiveX component from Kaspersky, Click Yes.The program will launch and then begin downloading the latest definition files:
Once the files have been downloaded click on NEXT
Now click on Scan Settings
In the scan settings make that the following are selected:Scan using the following Anti-Virus database:
Scan Options:
Scan Archives
Scan Mail Bases

Click OK
Now under select a target to scan:Select My Computer

This will program will start and scan your system.
The scan will take a while so be patient and let it run.
Once the scan is complete it will display if your system has been infected.Now click on the Save as Text button:

Save the file to your desktop.
Copy and paste that information in your next post.
Take note the names and locations of any file it detects but fails to clean.

* Turn off the real time scanner of any existing antivirus program while performing the online scan

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Another WRT54G problem:

My WRT54G hands out an IP address to my laptop when the laptop is connected via wired to the router, but the laptop's wirless NIC cannot receive an IP address from the router (XP eventually hands it an APIPA address). Signal strength is excellent but have limited/no connectivity. Linksys email support told me the problem was obviously with the laptop settings. I suspect the drivers for the laptop's NIC, but I'm having trouble updating them.

Here's what I have:
-Compaq nc8000, NIC = HP WLAN W500, driver date = 4/18/04
-WRT54G Firmware = V3.03.9 Apr 27, 2005
-I've attempted changing channels but the same problem

Through HP's site, I downloaded the Intel PRO/Wireless Driver SP31172.exe V4F (Sept 16, 2005). Followed the instructions - no change to the NIC's driver. Attempted to run \SWSetup\SP31172A\Sinstall.exe (installation told me the drivers were there). Sinstall.exe wouldn't even open.

Am I even going in the right direction focusing on the NIC driver? I don't know what to try next - any response would be greatly appreciated.

A:WRT54G gives IP address thru wired but not wireless

use the wired approach and make sure
1) you have a new password other than the default (a general security issue)
2) set your own SSID and allow it to be broadcast for the moment.
save and restart the router

disconnect the rj45 and enable your wireless adaptor.
you should 'see the SSID name' as a possible connection point.
if you have any neighbors with WiFi, you will also see their SSIDs.
choose yours and it will attempt to connect.

you may need to play with your firewall settings for

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I am in a house with five computers successfully connected by wireless to a router.
Recently, the router was reset. All the computers were able to re-connect again without any problems, except one, which now seems unable to get an address from the router, and uses an autoconfiguration IP address instead.

The computer that is not working is running Vista SP1 (but other Vista computers are connected). All adapters are set to 'Obtain automatic IP address'

I have since carried out the following tests:

- Connected the computer via ethernet cable: All OK.
- Whilst still connected, enable the wireless connection: All OK.
- Disconnect the ethernet cable, and keep the wireless connection active: All OK.
- Disconnect the wireless connection, and then restart the wireless connection: No IP address.

I have reset the IP stack using...

netsh winsock reset catalog
netsh int ipv4 reset reset.log
netsh int ipv6 reset reset.log

... but this has made no difference.

I have removed the wireless connection from 'Manage wireless networks' and reconnected, but this made no difference.

I have turned off the firewall temporarily, but this has made no difference.

It seems as if the wireless connection is unable to obtain a DHCP address via wireless, but is
able to obtain an address from the wired connection.

Can anyone suggest where to go next please?

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A:Unable to get IP address via wireless - wired OK

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I'd like to know how to block a user from using the internet when they plug their computer into a router. My roommate has refused to pay her share of the internet and, being a college student, I don't have enough money where I feel generous enough to let her have free internet after stiffing me. Basically, I have 2 routers at the moment (hoping to fix this soon): my Qwest modem works as a router but I also have a Linksys router connected to it. The only phone jack is in her room so I have no way of stopping her from plugging her computer straight into the modem and/or router. I've configured the wireless so that she would be unable to access the, wirelessly but I'd like to know how to prevent her accessing the internet when she plugs her computer directly into either component.

Thank you for your help!

A:Block Wired Computer From Accessing Internet Through Router?

Well,through the router you could enable mac address filtering and allow only your mac address to traffic through the router.It's a pain,but that is a possibility.
Now,limiting access through the modem,I have no idea.

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Hey everyone, first time poster on here, as my Windows XP has hit my first problem (wow, I've had it for NINE WHOLE MONTHS!)

Basically, gifs don't move at all, they just come up as one image. The Explorer also cannot access Google, and the "page not found" page comes up instead.

Help would be appreciated.

A:Problems accessing Google and viewing gifs on internet explorer

how are you connected to the internet exactly? this could be a problem with your MTU settings if your connected through a LAN or wireless netowrk for example, or a firewall conflict? we need more information!

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I have had Hughes.net satellite internet for the past 2 years, and although it is less than ideal, I was able to work from home which requires me to access three specific secure sites. Recently Hughes.net came out with a new modem and dish - the HN9000. This uses some new technology and KA band waves. They said it would be considerably faster and not nearly as sensitive to weather conditions. They installed the new system yesterday, and it is everything they said it would be - blazing fast and the overcast day had no impact on my signal or speed.

However, when I tried to access the three websites I need for work, I keep getting the message Page Cannot be Displayed. All 3 of these sites are in my Trusted Sites area.

One thing I noticed that is different from the previous configuration is in Control Panel > Internet Options > Connections > LAN Settings. The option for "Use a Proxy Server for your LAN" is now checked, and under the ADVANCED tab, the HTTP: and Secure: items have the proxy server address and port information (which has been verified by 3 different tech support people at Hughes.net). Under Exceptions, it lists the IP Address that I connect to Hughes.net with.

With this proxy server setting configured, I cannot browse to ANY web pages at all. If I remove it, I can browse to any website except for the 3 https:// sites I need to access for work.

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Logfile of Trend Micro HijackThis v2.0.2
Scan saved at 9:49:39 PM, on 8/27/2008
Platform: Windows XP SP2 (WinNT 5.01.2600)
MSIE: Internet Explorer v7.00 (7.00.6000.16705)
Boot mode: Normal

Running processes:
C:\Program Files\Lavasoft\Ad-Aware\aawservice.exe
C:\Program Files\Common Files\Apple\Mobile Device Support\bin\AppleMobileDeviceService.exe
C:\Program Files\Roxio\Easy CD Creator 5\DirectCD\DirectCD.exe
C:\Program Files\Internet Explorer\iexplore.exe
C:\Program Files\Trend Micro\HijackThis\HijackThis.exe

O3 - Toolbar: Winamp Toolbar - {EBF2BA02-9094-4c5a-858B-BB198F3D8DE2} - C:\Program Files\Winamp Toolbar\winamptb.dll
O4 - HKLM\..\Run: [QuickTime Task] "C:\Program Files\QuickTime\qttask.exe" -atboottime
O4 - HKLM\..\Run: [AdaptecDirectCD] "C:\Program Files\Roxio\Easy CD Creator 5\DirectCD\DirectCD.exe"
O4 - HKLM\..\Run: [AVG8_TRAY] C:\PROGRA~1\AVG\AVG8\avgtray.exe
O4 - HKLM\..\Run: [BM830f1284] Rundll32.exe "C:\WINDOWS\system32\aubagfkt.dll",s
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A:problems accessing internet and comp running slower than normal

bump bump bump. been a few days no response yet

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I have a problem that I have been racking my brain over for the last few weeks.
I have 4 computers networked in my house for internet sharing. My main computer is hard wired to my router (wrt54g).
My problem is, the computer that is hard wired will lose internet connection but it will still show I am connected. I can jump on any of the other computer that are connected with a wireless connection and I can surf to my heart's content. I can reboot the problem computer and it will re-establish internet connection, but only for a little while.
Any ideas? Any help will be greatly appreciated.
If any additional information is needed I will be more than happy to provide it.

A:Solved: Problems with dropped internet connection on hard wired computer but not on w

Let's see the following from the computer after it loses it's connection.
Try these simple tests.

Hold the Windows key and press R, then type CMD (COMMAND for W98/WME) to open a command prompt:

In the command prompt window that opens, type type the following commands one at a time, followed by the Enter key:

NOTE: For the items below in red surrounded with < >, see comments below for the actual information content, they are value substitutions from the previous command output!


PING <computer_IP_address>

PING <default_gateway_address>

PING <dns_servers>


PING yahoo.com

Right click in the command window and choose Select All, then hit Enter to copy the contents to the clipboard.
Paste the results in a message here.

<computer_IP_address> - The IP Address of your computer, obtained from the IPCONFIG command above.

<default_gateway_address> - The IP address of the Default Gateway, obtained from the IPCONFIG command above.

<dns_servers> - The IP address of the first (or only) address for DNS Servers, obtained from the IPCONFIG command above.

If you are on a machine with no network connection, use a floppy, USB disk, or a CD-RW disk to transfer a text file with the information to allow pasting it here.

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Alright guys, I have loss way to much hair over this situation. Two days ago my internet was working great, was connected through a wireless connection via my linksys router, and for some reason later that afternoon my desktop would not connect. I have 2 computers, a HP Desktop (problem computer), and my HP Laptop(no problem computer), my laptop connects fine to the internet via wi-fi and ethernet cable, and my desktop will not connect either one. I'm not sure what information I should provide to try and help with resolving the issues so I'll post everything I think is relevant. I've tried the winsockxpfix, system restore, ipconfig, disabling the firewall, and pretty much any other quick fix remedy with no success.

On my working computer after doing an ipconfig this is the information posted.
Connection Specific DNS Suffix: [email protected]
IP Address:
Subnet Mask:
Default Gateway:

On my broke computer:
Connection Specific DNS Suffix: (blank)
IP Address:
Subnet Mask:
Default Gateway:

When I plug the ethernet into my desktop I will get the limited or no connectivity popup, and when I view the details of the error it says "network did not assign a network address to the computer," also when I try and repair the connection it says it had a problem with "REnewing your IP Address".

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A:Network Address/Internet Connectivity Problems

For all testing, stick with a wired connection (not wireless). On the computer experiencing the issue, using the wired connection, try to ping the default gateway. This will let us know if the computer is able to communcate with the router.

Be certain that NO wireless connections are enabled (disable all wireless).

Let us know the results.

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Alright guys, I have loss way to much hair over this situation. Two days ago my internet was working great, was connected through a wireless connection via my linksys router, and for some reason later that afternoon my desktop would not connect. I have 2 computers, a HP Desktop (problem computer), and my HP Laptop(no problem computer), my laptop connects fine to the internet via wi-fi and ethernet cable, and my desktop will not connect either one. I'm not sure what information I should provide to try and help with resolving the issues so I'll post everything I think is relevant. I've tried the winsockxpfix, system restore, ipconfig and pretty much any other quick fix remedy with no success.

On my working computer after doing an ipconfig this is the information posted.
Connection Specific DNS Suffix: [email protected]
IP Address:
Subnet Mask:
Default Gateway:

On my broke computer:
Connection Specific DNS Suffix: (blank)
IP Address:
Subnet Mask:
Default Gateway:

When I plug the ethernet into my desktop I will get the limited or no connectivity popup, and when I view the details of the error it says "network did not assign a network address to the computer," also when I try and repair the connection it says it had a problem with "REnewing your IP Address".

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A:Network Address/Internet Connectivity Problems

Welcome to TSF....

Have you checked the firewall to see if it is allowing the connection to pass both ways?

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I've got a regular desktop pc and a laptop. Both are running Windows 7.

If both machines are wired, file and printer sharing works like expected. If the laptop is on the wireless, things go sour...

The machines don't see each other, I can't ping the laptop from the desktop or vice versa. Strangely enough, if I ping the desktop from the laptop by IP address the desktop will reply. At that point the desktop will see the laptop too and sharing (file, printer & media) works fine. But if the connection is idle for a couple of minutes they won't see each other anymore.

I've tried all kinds of things: disabled IPv6 on both, reconfigured file and printer sharing, disabled the firewalls on both. But none of these changes have had any effect whatsoever. I have also tried to give everything the same name (SSID, workgroup and network name on the desktop) but that had no effect either.

More info:
- Wired and wireless clients are on the same subnet.
- The router is a Linksys WRT-350N
- AP isolation is disabled
- uPnP is enabled on the router

Does anyone have any clue how to fix this?

A:Solved: wired-wired file sharing works, wired-wireless doesn't

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I have a Sierra Wireless Internet Card (USB) that is connected to my desktop computer. I also have a wireless network setup, and working, in my home with a Linksys WRT54G Router. The network works perfectly with respect to connecting my computers (Dell Desktop - wired & Mac Laptop - wireless) and sharing files. The internet works perfectly on the desktop computer where it is plugged in and I have designated the internet connection as shared but for some reason the Mac Laptop cannot access the internet connection through the wireless router.

I had previously set the network up with a DSL modem that was plugged directly into the router but I cannot do that this time as the AirCard is USB only. I also, eons ago, had the same type of network setup with dialup to the desktop computer and was able to share that. I've set it up exactly the same but no luck.

Could someone tell me what I am doing wrong? Thanks!

A:Problems sharing AT&T Wireless Internet over Linksys Wireless Router

The internet works perfectly on the desktop computer where it is plugged in and I have designated the internet connection as sharedClick to expand...

oops; whenever you have a router, you do not SHARE the internet connection;
each computer is configured as a DIRECT CONNECTION.

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I've read several posts here that come close to my issue but don't describe it exactly.

Yesterday on my personal laptop (Dell E1505 running XP SP3), I got a message box saying something about port forwarding and that I wouldn't be able to get to my website, or something like that. Unfortunately, I didn't pay much attention to the message and dismissed it. Now, I can't get to the internet using wireless. Here are some details:
Another laptop connects to my wireless network and the internet just fine
All was working fine on the Dell until I got that message
I've checked the event log and can't find anything relevant around the time of the message
Connecting to the network/internet with ethernet cable works fine.
I'm definitely connected to my wireless network because I was able to open shared files on another PC
Other, likely non-related issues:

I'm having a little problem with the hard drive and will need to run chkdsk
Sometimes I get an error regarding the display adapter driver.

A:Solved: Wireless networking works but not internet; wired & wireless from other lapto

Please attach a screen shot of the Networks page (don't collapse the Radar, Connection or Signal History) of the Xirrus Wi-Fi Inspector. If you need help with that see TSG Posting a Screenshot. FWIW to take screen shots with Windows 7 or Vista I prefer to use the built-in Snipping Tool.

Also show ...

Open a (black) Command Prompt window:
Hold the Windows logo key and press r; in the Run box type cmd and click on OK.

Type the following command:


[Note that there is no space between the slash and ALL.]

Right click in the command window and choose Select All, then hit Enter.
Paste the results in a message here.

If necessary use a text file and removable media to copy the results to a computer with internet access.

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Initially started out with what I saw as the msb.exe (Permissions?) trojan, though Malwarebytes found at least four trojans (sorry, do not have the names), and AVG found one more after that. However, still having major issues.

By looking at others' symptoms, I'm thinking it is possibly Vundo? Google searches are getting redirected to spam sites. Worst of all my list of available wireless networks disappeared. I can sometimes manually type in a network name and get it to connect, but then I cannot get assigned a network address. I accidentally discovered that sometimes rebooting will get it to connect right away, or toggling my Firewall on and off. Sometimes it connects right away when I toggle off, and sometimes when I toggle on.

Many thanks in advance for your help! This is a wonderful thing you guys are doing here! Loved CCleaner and PageDefrag. I was not nearly as neat and tidy as I thought I was.

DDS (Ver_09-10-26.01) - NTFSx86
Run by Karen at 14:15:49.89 on 11/01/2009
Internet Explorer: 8.0.6001.18702
Microsoft Windows XP Home Edition 5.1.2600.3.1252.1.1033.18.503.70 [GMT -5:00]
============== Running Processes ===============

C:\WINDOWS\system32\svchost -k DcomLaunch
C:\WINDOWS\System32\svchost.exe -k netsvcs
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A:Possibly Vundo? - Google search redirects, Avail Wireless Networks Won't Show, Problems Getting Network Address Assigned

Hello,We apologize for the delay in responding to your request for help. Here at Bleeping Computer we get overwhelmed at times, and we are trying our best to keep up.My name is Syler and I will be helping you to solve your Malware issues. If you have since resolved your issues I would appreciate if youwould let me no so I can close this topic, if you still need help please let me no what issues you are still having, in your next reply.Download random's system information tool (RSIT) by random/random from here and save it to your desktop.Double click on RSIT.exe to run RSIT.Click Continue at the disclaimer screen.Once it has finished, two logs will open. Please post the contents of both log.txt (<<will be maximized) and info.txt (<<will be minimized)Then please post back here with the following: log.txt info.txtThanks

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So i have a Linksys WRT110 when connected to it both wireless and wired i get "local only" both times. can anyone help me out?

A:Connected to Wireless router both wireless and wired no internet

Hi -

Is the system new?
Do you have an Internet Security app installed, e.g., NIS, N360, KIS, McAfee, etc. . .?

Regards. . .



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