Where are you actually putting your ip and dns numbers? I need to check if your actually
connected to your belkin router, so on your computer we need to launch your command prompt
if your using windows. Can you brief me on what system your using there?
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The quick fix: make sure your router's DNS settings are properly set to an External IP address. If DNS1 or DNS2 show up as internal IPs such as: 192.168.1.x, then your Roku won't connect to the Internet.
Here is the detailed fix:
Login to your router. (typically this is done through an internal ip address like 192.168.1.100). You enter this IP address directly into your web browser same as you would a website. **NOTE some people actually enter web addresses into Google, and then navigate that way. This won't work. Enter the IP address directly into the browser's Location or Navigation bar at the top. This will take you to your router's login screen. *NOTE sometimes the router's default password is "password". But it's possible that your password was changed during installation. If you don't have your router's password, contact your Internet provider.
Once logged into your router, navigate to its DNS settings. My guess is that if your Roku isn't working, it's because rather than an external IP address being used for your DNS, the router is set to use an internal IP address. (Your computer is able to overcome this because it has built-in DNS settings, but the Roku looks to the router for this information.)
Replace the internal DNS address with a public DNS address. What worked for us was using Google's public DNS. So set DNS1 to 188.8.131.52 and DNS2 to 184.108.40.206 .
Save your settings.
Run the Roku setup again. If you still aren't able to connect to the Internet, then bounce (unplug) the router. Leave it unplugged for 15 seconds. Then power it back up. Try again with the Roku. If that doesn't work, bounce the Roku. Leave it unplugged for 15 seconds, plug the power back in. The 15-second rule with computers and hardware is surprisingly effective.
If you've set the DNS properly, your Roku should now (finally) connect to the Internet. When this happens, it will complete its setup process and you should be good to go.
look through the instuction to connect thru the modem using its unique ip address, then open ur web browser up and type this in the white goto/search box ( in mine i type http://220.127.116.11) then that connects to the modems settings page Iv just looked on the net and i believe to connect to the belkins settings page you will have copy and paste this in ur browsers white address box:
It sound like youe wireless card in the laptop is not configured correctly.
The TCP/IP settings on the laptop's wireless card should be as follows :-
In the wireless card's Properties - TCP/IP
Enablw - Obtain an IP Address automatically
Enable - Obtain DNS server address automatically
You have to change the ipddress on the router different then the modem. For example 192.168.9.1 and leave the modems ip alone. Plug the cable into the Lan port of the router. Go to the setup screen on the router and tell give your username and password that
Comcast gives you. You will need comcast gateway address and dns numbers. There will be a connect button on the router and tell it connect it to the modem. You are trying to let the router receive that only ip address.
you will need to check the settings of the router. Your internet service provider id wildblue. If you connect the computer directly to the modem , without any router , does it work ? Click Here for step by step solution
Have you check your DNS settings within your Wireless Network Adapter TCP/IP properties settings? Or it may be a proxy server or firewall settings wich may block internet access to the internet. Try testing it with your LAN cable first and see if you are able to connect to the internet using that cable from the laptop/pc to the modem. If it works using the network cable then it might be a DNS related issue on your wireless network adapter tcp/ip properties.
There could be a problem with the wireless configuration on ur belkin router.
Go ahead and type the following in the command prompt of ur computer.
:-This will list out the ip address and the default gateway of the computer
:-Make a note of Default Gate way.
:-Type the default gate way address in to the address bar of the internet explorer.
:-It will take u to the router configuration page.
:-it might ask u to enter router password.(Enter it)
:-In the router page u could see wireless settings options on the lefthand side of ur router confiuration page.
:-Make it appropriate accordingly
:-if u do not know what to do with wireless settings ..then send me ur product details ..will tell u further querries..
Most of the time the wireless device do not connect to router due to wrong "Wireless network key"
:Make sure you have same wireless netwrok settings in the devices as in the wireless router.
:-Send me ur product details and ur setting details like
ISP(Internet Service Provider):-
Brand Name of the modem:-
Model no. of the belkin router:-
If u would like to resolve ur problem soon then send me all details..